WELLLINGTON, Colo. - The Colorado Bureau of Investigation canceled the Amber Alert it issued for a 3-year-old boy in Larimer County.
The alert was canceled just after midnight. The CBI said the boy had been located, but gave no further information about the boy.
Just after 10 p.m., The Larimer County Sheriff's Office said it had been looking for Blue Lee Spencer.
He was believed to be with his father, 32-year-old Jarred Lee Spencer.
Jarred Spencer was believed to be driving a gold 1999 Ford F-150 with Colorado license plate 942 EPF.
Jarred Spencer's father had told authorities his son violated a protection order. He also believed his son was having a paranoid episode and was speaking of a possible bomb in his truck, people in his attic and basement and blood coming from the child’s rectum. Spencer also told his father there were bruises on the child. Authorities also spoke with the child's mother who had "obvious injuries" but she would not say how she got them.
Jarred Spencer was last seen leaving the Viewpoint subdivision in Wellington in the gold Ford pickup truck at approximately 2 p.m. There was no explanation on why 8 hours elapsed before the Amber Alert was issued.
Again, the Amber Alert was canceled just after midnight. More information was expected later Thursday.