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AMBER discontinued for three Medina County kids allegedly abducted by father, all found safe

Jonathan Wright, 40, is wanted on multiple out-of-state warrants. Authorities say he should not be approached.
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SAN ANTONIO — Update: On Sunday night, the Department of Public Safety discontinued the AMBER Alert for the three missing children after they and their father were found safe in a field that officials were searching in the Rio Medina area, officials said. 

The Medina County Sheriff's Office was asking for the public's help in locating a wanted man and his children, a search which on Tuesday evening ignited an official AMBER Alert. 

Jonathan Wright, 40, is wanted in North Carolina on multiple warrants of third-degree sexual exploitation of a child, according to authorities in Mooresville. MCSO says he should not be approached.

Wright was believed to be with his three children. They were last seen Monday around 3:45 p.m. with their father near Settlers Pass in Hondo, and are believed to be "in grave or immediate danger."

MCSO says Wright and his kids are traveling on foot in the Rio Medina or Castroville area and have been known to camp out in the woods. Officials said the family is from North Carolina.

MCSO says they believe the kids were without shelter Monday night.

If you have seen them or see them, you are asked to call 911 or report previous sightings to MCSO's dispatch office at (830) 741-6153.

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