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Update: Douglasville authorities find abducted children

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DOUGLASVILLE, GA (WALB) - Two children have been found safe after a Levi's Call was issued for them Sunday.

Sheriff's officials confirmed they were found just after 12 p.m. They said their father, 36-year-old Bornuallah Foster, is in custody.

Sheriff's officials said 3-year-old Peyton Foster and 1-year-old Cyrus Foster were taken from a home in Douglasville on Saturday at 9 p.m.

Peyton Foster was described as last seen wearing a red, white, and blue pajama short set. Cyrus Foster was last seen wearing orange pajama set with "All Star" in blue ink on the shirt.

They were believed to be in a white 2012 Chrysler Sedan, with Georgia license plate #PNK7641.

They named Foster as a suspect Sunday morning, and said their mother was at the home at the time they were taken. She called police at about 5:30 a.m., according to police.

Police are still investigating a fire they say started at the home after the children were taken. 

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