Missing Milton girl found safe, AMBER Alert canceled

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MILTON, Fla. An AMBER Alert for a 4-year-old was canceled Wednesday afternoon after the girl was found safe, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said.

Photo provided by Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Alanda McCoy was found safe, the FDLE said.

The alert was issued around 8:30 a.m. with a photo that appeared to depict her with the suspect. The girl was spotted leaving a hospital Wednesday morning, the FDLE said.

Previously, she was last seen in the 6000 block of Berry Hill Road wearing a yellow spaghetti strapped tank top, a light colored skirt and blue flip flops, according to the FDLE.

Alanda was thought to be in the company of William Kavchak, 27, also known as Billy, according to the FDLE.

Alanda McCoy, 4, of Milton; William Kavchak, 27 (Photos via Florida Department of Law Enforcement)

They may have been traveling in a 2007 green Mercury Montego plate number Y53UNW. There is a dent on the right front passenger bumper, according to the FDLE. The vehicle may look light blue. There is a dent in the bumper, and the tail lights have plastic covers with silver lines on them.

Anyone with information should call the Milton Police Department at 1-850-983-5420 or 911.

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