Chicago-area toddler found safe after double homicide; suspect at large

Chicago-area toddler found safe after double homicide; suspect at large
K'marion Hebron, left, was found safe after an Amber Alert was issued Friday. Clarence Hebron, right, is being sought by police. (Riverdale Police Department)

RIVERDALE, Ill. — A toddler from suburban Chicago was found safe after a double homicide and child abduction early Friday, authorities said.

An Amber Alert was issued for 1-year-old K’marion Hebron early Friday, WMAQ reported. According to the Riverdale Police Department, the boy was abducted after police were called to the scene of a double homicide at around 3 a.m., WBBM reported.

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According to police, the suspect was identified as 32-year-old Clarence Hebron, the television station reported. He remains at large.

At approximately 5:15 p.m., authorities canceled the Amber Alert, WBBM reported. Authorities said the boy was dropped off at a police station and was unharmed, the television station reported.

Hebron is believed to be driving a 2009 Silver Dodge Caravan with Illinois license plate CA96676, WIFR reported.