EL PASO, TX — The two boys reported missing in El Paso Saturday have been found in Juarez, Mexico "safe and unharmed," according to the El Paso police.
With the help of the FBI and U.S. Marshalls, the children were returned to their mother in the United States.
Police said no arrests have been made at this time.
An Amber Alert was issued for two boys abducted in the El Paso area on Saturday.
El Paso police believed the children to be in grave or immediate danger.
Leonardo Ortega, 8-years-olds and Matias Carrillo, 2-years-old, were reported missing after they were last seen at 5 a.m on June 29.
The investigation is ongoing.
Update: Children have been located in Juarez Mexico safe and unharmed. Children have been returned to the United States and turned over to mother with the help of the FBI and U.S. Marshals. No arrests have been made investigation continues.— EL PASO POLICE DEPT (@EPPOLICE) June 30, 2019