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Amber alert cancelled for teen missing from Montana

Aug. 4, 2016 Updated Thu., Aug. 4, 2016 at 5:17 p.m.

UPDATE: The Amber Alert for Sandy Moore was cancelled Thursday, according to an announcement on the Amber Alert program’s twitter page. The original story appears below.

A 16-year-old girl went missing in Sheridan, Montana, Wednesday morning and officials believe she may be in Washington State.

Sandy Moore is white, about 5’ 7” and 116 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes and wears glasses. She is mentally delayed. She is believed to be with 60-year-old Rodney Zahn, identified as a “wanted violent offender” by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office.

Zahn is driving a 1987 black Ford pickup with Montana license plate 3-50558B. He is towing a tan and white 19-foot Terry R brand fifth wheel trailer. The trailer has a red generator and a blue cover on the back with an air conditioner in the window.

Zahn is white, about 5’ 5” tall and 135 pounds with brown eyes and short gray and brown hair with partial balding. He has a tattoo of a cross on his left hand and the Tazmanian Devil on his arm.

Anyone with information on their location is asked to call 911 or the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at (406) 843-5301.

An Amber Alert has been issued.

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