DEMING — Two young girls in Deming who are sisters were reported missing and an Amber Alert was issued Sunday.

Deming police said they believe Jose Luis Lujan abducted his daughters, 3-year-old Abri Lujan and 4-year-old Adelina Lujan.

Police said Jose Lujan allegedly made threats to injure the children, who were last seen around 2 a.m. Sunday.

Meanwhile, New Mexico State Police have canceled an Amber Alert for a missing endangered juvenile.

They said 16-year-old Jaylynn Mille has been located and is safe.

The alert was first issued on March 27 involving Miller and 14-year-old Zuriah Castillo.

On Monday, State Police updated the alert for the missing teens to a “missing endangered juvenile advisory” from the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Castillo was found safe Tuesday.

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