Police: Missing boys found safe after amber alert issued in Dallas, suspect in custody

UPDATE: 8:00 am
Dallas Police say Amber Alert suspect Curtis Everett Jeter surrendered to the Homicide Unit at Dallas Police Headquarters this morning and will be charged with murder.

UPDATE: 5:00 a.m.

The two little boys who were the focus of an Amber Alert have been found and are safe this morning

DALLAS (1080 KRLD)- Dallas Police have issued an Amber Alert for two missing kids. Police are looking for Seven and Curtis Jeter. They're two and four years old.

They were last seen on Highland Village Drive Monday afternoon with their father, Curtis Everett Jeter II who police say is a suspect in a homicide. They say the children were last seen in a gray, late 90s model Cadillac sedan with body damage to driver side rear quarter panel.

Curtis Everett Jeter II
SUSPECT: Curtis Everett Jeter II Photo credit DALLAS PD

Police are asking that you contact them at (214) 671-4268 with any information.

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