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Child found; Amber Alert suspects captured in Lubbock

UPDATE: Elijah Reczek has been located. All three suspects named in this Amber Alert have been captured in Lubbock.

From Center for Missing and Exploited Children:

An Amber Alert out of Roswell, NM has just been issued for 6-year-old Elijah Reczek.
 
His description is as follows:

Hair - brown
Eyes - Hazel
Skin color - white
Height - 3'6
Weight - 45
Gender - Male

Elijah has a small mole on his left cheek. He was last seen wearing black shorts and a light colored t-shirt.

The suspects are Miranda Ann Aguilar, 30, Renee Denke, age unknown, and an unnamed suspect. Suspects were last seen driving a dark, older model car.

Aguilar's description is as follows:
 
Hair - Black
Ethnicity - Native American
Height - 5'4
Weight - 115
Gender - Female         
 
Denke's description is as follows:

Hair - Light Brown     
Ethnicity - Native American     
Age - unknown
Height - 5'7"     
Weight - 140
Gender - Female     

The unnamed suspect is a male with black hair and is neither Native American or Hispanic.    
    
If you have information, please contact Roswell Police Department, 575-624-6772
In cooperation with the Roswell Police Department, New Mexico State Police is issuing the following AMBER Alert in New Mexico based on information that the child may have been abducted at gun point by his mother, Miranda Ann Aguilar. The child was last seen at approximately 12:00 a.m. today at his residence. Aguilar and her accomplices were last seen a little after 12:00 a.m. in the Roswell area and may be headed to Montana. It is believed the child is in danger due to the circumstances involving his abduction. Anyone with information about this missing child should immediately call 575-624-6772.

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