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ALEA Cancels Emergency Missing Child Alert, Two Girls Found

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WKRG) —

UPDATE: The Birmingham, Alabama Police Department has canceled the emergency missing child alert.

Arquesha Gamble

ALEA officials say 4-year-old Abigail Gamble and 3-year-old A’Mareyia Gamble have been located.

Original Story: The Birmingham, Alabama Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble.

ALEA says Abigail Gamble is a 4-year-old black female and A’Mareyia Gamble is a 3-year-old black female. The two girls were last seen on 24 December 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble are believed to be with their non-custodial mother, Arquesha Gamble, according to ALEA officials.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble, please contact the Birmingham Police Department at (205) 254-0840 or call 911.

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ALEA Issues Emergency Missing Child Alert, Two Girls Last Seen in Birmingham

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WKRG) —

UPDATE: The Birmingham, Alabama Police Department has canceled the emergency missing child alert.

Arquesha Gamble

ALEA officials say 4-year-old Abigail Gamble and 3-year-old A’Mareyia Gamble have been located.

Original Story: The Birmingham, Alabama Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble.

ALEA says Abigail Gamble is a 4-year-old black female and A’Mareyia Gamble is a 3-year-old black female. The two girls were last seen on 24 December 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble are believed to be with their non-custodial mother, Arquesha Gamble, according to ALEA officials.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Abigail and A’Mareyia Gamble, please contact the Birmingham Police Department at (205) 254-0840 or call 911.

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Emergency Alert System did not alert cell phones about Amber Alert

TUCSON-  Three Marana kids at the center of this week’s Amber Alert are in state custody, but many people were left with the same question, why wasn’t an Amber Alert sent to phones?

State and local authorities claim the system worked. The children were found and police arrested the person responsible, their mother who did not have legal custody, is in the Gila County Jail, facing 15-charges.

However, parts of the system didn’t work.

No one was notified via their mobile phones. Art Brooks, the chairman for  Arizona Amber Alert, said ” That’s one small piece. The real piece for Arizona is the texting and email which is an op in system.  Anybody that wants to receive it can.  We have thousands of people in Arizona that includes media that they have opted in to http://azamberalert.org/ “

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is responsible for sending out the Amber Alerts thru the Wireless Emergency

Read more at: http://www.kvoa.com/story/35882603/emergency-alert-system-did-not-notify-tucson-tv-stations-about-amber-alert