An Amber Alert issued for a Colorado mother who police say threatened to harm herself and her four young daughters before leaving her home Sunday afternoon has been cancelled after she was found, police say.
Nikia Moori, 28, left her house in northwest Aurora about 2:45 p.m. local time along with her daughters, Aaliyah Moori, Jeneyea Fleming, Heaven Smith and Harmony Smith, the Aurora Police Department said.
The children were not harmed.
The investigation is continuing, police say.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. She Was Found in Denver, According to POlice
Nikia Moori “was last seen driving a 2005 Gold Chrysler Pacifica van bearing Colorado Plate QFZ981. The vehicle had a yellow sticker on the back of it,” police said in the press release.
Moori and the kids were found in Denver, police said.
2. Moori Is Also Pregnant, Police Say
Nikia Moori was described by police as a black female, who stands 5-foot-2-inches tall and weighs 135 pounds. Police said she is also pregnant.
Moori was last seen wearing a blue and white tank top and blue jeans.
She lives in the 3100 block of Worchester Street in Aurora, police said.
3. Her Daughters Range From Ages 1 to 9
Moori’s four daughters range in age from 1 to 9.
Police identified the children as Aaliyah Moori, 9; Jeneyea Fleming, 7; Heaven Smith, 3; and Harmony Smith, 1.
4. Police Asked Anyone Who Sees Them to Call 911 Immediately
Aurora Police had asked anyone who sees Moori and her children to call 911 immediately, according to the press release.
They also said social media could help in finding her.
“Social media is such a powerful tool for sharing information so we ask that you share this post with others,” police said on Facebook.
5. Moori Left Her House After an Argument With Her Mother, police say
Moori left her home and made the threats after an argument with her mother, police told KUSA-TV.
Police have not released any further information about the threats they say Moori made. This post will be updated as more details are made available.