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UPDATE: Amber Alert Canceled for Missing 6 Year Old Toppenish Boy

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UPDATE: TOPPENISH, WA - An Amber Alert has been canceled for a missing 6 year old boy out of Toppenish. Yakima County Sheriff's Deputies say Matthew James Hudson has been found unharmed. 36 year old Lyla Lenell Everybodytalksabout has been taken into custody.

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An Amber Alert has been activated for a 6 year old boy from Toppenish.

Yakima County Sheriff's Deputies say Matthew James Hudson was taken from outside the Toppenish Police Department.

Police say the boy's mother, Michelle Hudson, went into the probation office leaving 6 year old Matthew in the car with 36 year old Lyla Lenell Everybodytalksabout. When she came out the car and her son were gone.

Police describe the boy as Native American, 4' 1" tall, 48 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

The boy was last wearing a red shirt with a dinosaur logo, brown khaki pants and Angry Birds shoes. Everybodytalksabout is described as Native American, 5' 5" tall, 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

Police say Matthew James Hudson is autistic and developmentally disabled, and Everybodytalksabout is also developmentally disabled.

They are believed to be in a Silver Honda Accord with Washington license plate number ABD0291. The car has a large dent in the front passenger side door.

Anyone with information should call police.

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