HARRISON, Mich. (WOOD) - Authorities canceled an Amber Alert for 7-year-old Emily Grace Hullihen, who was believed to be in extreme danger, just after midnight Saturday.
No other information was given as to why the alert was canceled at this time.
Emily was last seen leaving Larson Elementary School in Harrison at 3 p.m. Friday wearing blue jeans, a hooded shirt (top half was peach color and bottom half was white and yellow striped), and brown leather shoes.
The Clare County Sheriff's Office said Emily was allegedly abducted by her grandparents, William Daniel Hullihen, 63, and Regina Irene Hullihen, 47.
Emily is 4-foot-4 and weighs 62 pounds; she is Caucasian with brown hair and brown eyes. Regina stands at 5-foot-1 and 150 pounds; Caucasian with green eyes. William has brown hair with green eyes and is also Caucasian.
Police said the suspects could possibly be driving a dark blue GMC Jimmy with license plate number 2772E3 or a green extended cab Chevy pickup truck with license plate number AB75036.
If you have any information on the alleged victim or abductors, you are asked to call 911 or the Clare County Sheriff's Office at 989-539-7166 immediately.
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