Amber Alert Canceled, Teen Found Safe

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    Police are still looking for answers in the disappearance of Aron Jones which sparked an Amber Alert.

    An Amber Alert has been canceled for a 16-year-old boy police feared was in imminent danger overnight.

    Aron Lavon Jones was last seen at about 5 p.m. Tuesday walking away from his home along the 7900 block of Lost Mirage Drive. Jones was with two other males at the time.

    Amber Alert Canceled, Teen Found Safe

    [DFW] Amber Alert Canceled, Teen Found Safe
    An Amber Alert has been canceled for a 16-year-old boy who returned home uninjured.

    Mitchell Warren with the Dallas Police Department sent the following statement on the end of the Amber Alert:

    "Aron Lavon Jones returned home earlier this morning uninjured. He is currently on his way to police headquarters to be interviewed by detectives. There were no arrest made thus far. The Amber Alert has been cancelled."

    Amber Alert: Teen May Be in "Imminent Danger"

    [DFW] Amber Alert: Teen May Be in "Imminent Danger"
    Investigators believe 16-year-old Aron Jones was taken by 24-year-old Tarvarus Stuckey.

    Police said they had reason to believe Jones was a kidnapping victim and was in imminent danger overnight, though they didn't disclose what led them to that conclusion.

    Jones is black and stands about 5 feet 7 inches tall.  He weighs approximately 160 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes.  He was last seen wearing khaki pants, a black Polo shirt and blue and white sneakers.

    Amber Alert Issued for 16-Year-Old

    [DFW] Amber Alert Issued for 16-Year-Old
    Dallas police issued an Amber Alert for 16-year-old Aron Jones (left) they believe he was kidnapped by 24-year-old Tavarus Stuckey (right). Police say he's being held against his will.

    Investigators believe Jones was taken by 24-year-old Tarvarus Stuckey (pictured below). They may have been traveling in a 2005 gold Land Rover with Texas license plate DN2B787.

     Photo provided by DPD

    Stuckey does have a criminal record that includes aggravated robbery.

    NBC 5's Frank Heinz contributed to an earlier version of this report.