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Amber Alert canceled for missing 11-year-old Va. boy

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Lucas Guinn, 11 (left) and Jimmy Guinn, 67 (right) Lucas Guinn, 11 (left) and Jimmy Guinn, 67 (right)

DETROIT (WJBK) -- An earlier Amber Alert for a missing 11-year-old boy from Virginia has been canceled, according to police.

Michigan State Police Lt. Michael Shaw says Lucas Guinn was safely recovered Friday morning in the state of Virginia.

Authorities in Michigan had been notified to be on the lookout because it was believed his abductor, 67-year-old Jimmy Guinn, was headed towards Detroit.

Police say the pair was discovered during a traffic stop in southwest Virginia. Jimmy Guinn was taken into custody without incident.

No further details were released.

Online: missingkids.com.

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