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Two missing Indiana teens found safe

Emma Blackwell (PHOTO: in.gov/amberalert) Emma Blackwell (PHOTO: in.gov/amberalert)
Aaron Blackwell (PHOTO: in.gov/amberalert) Aaron Blackwell (PHOTO: in.gov/amberalert)
Aaron and Emma Blackwell (PHOTO in.gov/amberalert) Aaron and Emma Blackwell (PHOTO in.gov/amberalert)
(PHOTO: FOX2: Karyn Asher) (PHOTO: FOX2: Karyn Asher)
INDIANAPOLIS (FOX19) -

Two Indiana siblings who were reportedly abducted at gunpoint early Monday morning have been found safe.

Police located 16-year-old Aaron Blackwell in the Detroit area after a high-speed chase. Two people were also arrested after the pursuit.

13-year-old Emma Blackwell returned to her Indianapolis home safely, police announced Tuesday morning.

Authorities have not identified the suspects or released a motive for the alleged abductions.

Below is the original story:

A statewide Amber Alert was issued in Indiana after two sibling teens were allegedly abducted at gun-point early Monday morning.

The brother, 16-year-old Aaron Blackwell, is described as a fair-skinned African American around 5 feet 11 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a black bathrobe. The younger sister, 13-year-old Emma Blackwell, is 5 feet 5 inches tall, 150 pounds. Emma was last seen wearing pink and white pajamas.

The siblings were taken from Lasalle Street in Indianapolis.

Police say the teens were most likely abducted by a black male that goes by the name of Jay. He is 5 feet 11 inches tall, with short black hair and brown eyes.

The siblings are considered to be in extreme danger.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call 1-888-58AMBER.

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