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Ohio Amber Alert canceled, child found safe

FRANKLIN COUNTY, OH (Toledo News Now) -

An Amber Alert issued out of Franklin County, Ohio has been canceled. 

Police said Wednesday morning that the missing 4-year-old boy was returned safely, but the man who allegedly took him is still being sought.

Police say the man is the boyfriend of the child's mother.

Andrian L. Johnson, 4, was last seen on Tuesday at a home on Ellsworth Avenue in Columbus, Ohio.

Authorities say Johnson was taken by 29-year-old Anton D. Jones, who is believed to be armed. 

Jones is described as a 6'1" black male, weighing 228 pounds with short braided black hair, brown eyes and glasses. He was last seen wearing a brown and tan shirt with tan pants.

Police say Jones could be traveling in a black, four-door 2000 Cadillac Deville with Ohio license plate FDL 7217.  The vehicle has damage to the front bumper.

If you spot him, you're asked to call 911.

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