Virginia Amber Alert canceled: Richmond teen found after being abducted: police

An Amber Alert was issued Thursday morning after authorities in Virginia say a teenage girl was abducted and was believed to be in "extreme danger."

Virginia State Police issued the alert for 15-year-old Ronique Channel Poteat, who they say was abducted on April 3 around 11:10 p.m. from Newbridge Terrace in Richmond.

Henrico police announced Thursday evening that Poteat had been found after officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling on I-95 south near the Chamberlayne Ave exit around 10:20 p.m. 

The teen was located safely inside the vehicle, and a woman who was also inside the vehicle has been detained for questioning. 

Authorities say Poteat was abducted by 23-year-old Tyrell Ashley Davenport. He is described by police as a 6-foot-tall, 145 pound, black male with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark blue zip-up hoodie, dark blue jeans, and black Timberland boots.

Virginia Amber Alert: Richmond teen abducted; believed to be in extreme danger, police say

Officers located the vehicle they say Poteat and Davenport were in. But Davenport, remains at large.

Anyone who needs more information or has information to provide is asked to contact the Henrico County Police Department at 804-501-5000.