Florida Missing Child Alert Resolved: Abnel Devalon Found, Community Relief

The West Palm Beach community can now feel relieved as the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has officially ended a Florida Missing Child Alert for 10-month-old Abnel Devalon.

As reported by WSVN, the infant, who was last seen near the 500 block of North Congress Avenue, has been found safe.

Earlier descriptions mentioned Abnel as 2 feet tall, weighing about 15 pounds, with brown hair and eyes.

Initially, there were concerns that he might be with 38-year-old Felicienne Azor-Devalon, possibly heading north towards Indiana.

Authorities issued the alert to enlist public help in finding the child quickly.

Both Abnel and Azor-Devalon’s descriptions were widely circulated during this time.

The alert was activated on June 29 and was canceled on July 1, bringing immense relief to the community.

During the search, the West Palm Beach community anxiously awaited news of Abnel’s safe return.

For those wanting more details, the West Palm Beach Police Department is open to inquiries.

“The child is safe,” the authorities confirmed in their announcement canceling the alert.

These words mark the end of the community’s worry and signal a happier conclusion to what could have been a more distressing situation.

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