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UPDATE: Two Western Iowa boys found safe

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Lawson Gualazzi Lawson Gualazzi
Parker Labrie Parker Labrie
Cari Eich Cari Eich
ONAWA (KWWL) -

An AMBER (America Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response) Alert has ended after authorities found a missing four-year-old boy and one-month old boy, who were believed to be taken by a person on methamphetamine near Onawa.

The Monona County Sheriff's Office confirms One-month-old Lawson Gualazzi and four-year-old Parker Labrie were found safe in Fremont, Nebraska. 

The boys were believed to be taken by Cari Ann Eich, age 30. Eich is a white female with sandy colored hair and hazel eyes. She is believed to be heavily under the influence of methamphetamine.

Eich is believed to be driving a blue Chevy with the following Iowa license plate number: 072HMO.

 

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