UPDATE/MILL CREEK, WA - Police say a woman who fled Mill Creek with
her two young children - sparking an Amber Alert - has been found in
Authorities say the mother, her 2-year-old son and 8-month-old daughter are in good condition. Mill Creek police say 25-year-old Sajza Henry was discovered Thursday with her two kids in the parking lot of a Eugene grocery store.
Police had said earlier Thursday they were concerned for the health and welfare of Henry and the two children after the mother was diagnosed with several untreated mental health conditions. And authorities said Henry's son has a medical condition that requires 24-hour nursing care.
NBCRightNow.com - An Amber Alert out of Mill Creek has been canceled. Sajza Henry, 25, and her two young children have been found safe.
NBCRightNow.com - An Amber Alert has been issued for two young children from western Washington.
Investigations say 2-year-old Tyrel Henry and 8-month-old Alexandria Henry were last seen in Mill Creek and are in danger. They may be traveling with 25-year-old Sajza Henry in a 1997 burgundy Land Rover, license plate number 708VZU.
Tyrel is multi-racial with black hair. He is around 2 feet tall and was last seen wearing blue foot pajamas. He is on a ventilator and needs medical care. Alexandria is also multi-racial with black hair. She is around 18 inches and was last seen wearing black with pink foot pajamas.
Sajza is 5'02", 210 lbs., with black hair, and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a red top, red pants, and a white sweater.
"There is serious concern for the health and welfare of Sajza, Tyrel and Alexandria," Mill Creek Commander Ken Neaville said in a statement. "Sajza has been diagnosed with several untreated mental health conditions and is not allowed to be the sole caretaker of the children. Sajza has been receiving constant help in caring for the children from a family member prior to leaving this morning.
"Tyrel also has a medical condition that requires 24-hour nursing care, which has been … provided by the family member, a trained nurse."
Anyone with information should call 425-774-2503 immediately.