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Listen to 911 call that prompted AMBER Alert

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URBANDALE (KWWL) - Two bodies have been found in a burned-out vehicle in connection to a recent AMBER Alert that was prompted by a 911 call KWWL has obtained.

This comes shortly after Urbandale Police canceled the AMBER Alert issued overnight.

Urbandale police say they responded to a home at 8:19 p.m. Tuesday. Officers made sure it wasn't a custody battle and once criteria were met an AMBER Alert was issued.

Shortly after issuing the alert, police were contacted by Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Tuesday night, authorities found a burned vehicle in a conservation area in Harrison County. The vehicle matched the description of the one in the alert.

Authorities say the remains of an adult and infant were inside the vehicle.

Authorities believe the vehicle and remains are those connected to the AMBER Alert. Police are working with investigators to make positive identifications on the bodies.

The 9-month-old child, Logan Habibovich's mother took to Facebook early this morning with a heartbreaking message:

"My son is dead and Elvis killed him," she said. "Burnt them in Missouri they were found dead dead."



Authorities have canceled an AMBER Alert for a 9-month-old baby from Urbandale.

Authorities were looking for Logan Habibovic. They say he was taken by his father, Elvis Habibovic.The child went missing from Urbandale.

We'll keep you updated as we learn more.
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