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Amber Alert canceled, missing girls found

Posted at 11:23 PM, Jan 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-19 06:32:00-05
Eternity and Unity Duran (left and center) are believed to be with Larry Guerra

NORTHGLENN – The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has canceled an Amber Alert for two missing girls out of Northern Colorado.

According to CBI, Eternity and Unity Duran are safe.

The man authorities believed took off with the girls, Larry Guerra is in custody.

ORIGINAL STORY: An Amber Alert has been issued for two girls missing from Northern Colorado.

Eternity and Unity Duran are believed to be with Larry Guerra. They were last seen with Guerra in the 1200 block of Regina Lane in Northglenn.

Eternity is an 11-year old American Indian girl, about 4’8″ tall and weighing about 80 pounds. Unity is a 12-year-old American Indian girl, about 4’2″ tall and weighing 65 pounds.

Guerra is a 61-year-old-white male, about 5’7″ tall and weighs 193 pounds. He is believed to be in a 2006 red Dodge Ram with Colorado license plate number UOL507. Guerra is known to be violent and possess weapons.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Northglenn Police Department at (303)287-7453