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COLERAIN, Ohio – An Ohio AMBER alert was issued for three siblings who were in a car stolen from a gas station near Cincinnati Saturday.

The father of the children went into the convenience store in Colerain Township just before 2 p.m. It was then that the car was stolen with 4-year-old Cameron Wells, 3-year-old Camiyah Fields and 1-year-old Laiyah Wells in the back seat.

Police said that the suspect in the robbery and kidnapping was Howard Mullins, 33.

The car in the alert was a silver 2004 Volkswagen Touareg with Ohio license plates.

A short time later, Hamilton County communications dispatch confirmed to Fox 8  that the children were located. The dispatcher believes they were found safe but could not give details except to tell Fox 8 that officers were on the scene and more info would be released later.

This was also confirmed by the official AMBER Alert Twitter account.