The search for a child and his mother, who allegedly kidnapped him, ended within hours Friday after police found their bodies in a parking garage in Waxahachie, Texas. 

Police said Phillip “Ollie” Wiedeman, 6, and his mother Candace Harbin, 46, were discovered in a vehicle after an Amber Alert was issued. A cause of death for the two has not yet been released.

The boy's father, John Wiedeman, had reported Ollie Wiedeman missing. 

Ollie Wiedeman was last seen Thursday with Harbin in a Waxahachie vape store. Harbin did not have custody of her son, prompting authorities to issue a kidnapping warrant. At approximately 6:30 p.m. on Friday, the two were reportedly found unresponsive in a minivan matching the description of Harbin’s vehicle near the Ellis County Courthouse.

The mother and son were positively identified and confirmed to be deceased.

According to the Dallas Morning News, several blocks in the downtown area were closed off as a large number of police and emergency responders conducted an investigation.

As it is an ongoing investigation, police have not released any further details surrounding the case.

Waxahachie, a city in Ellis County, is located about 30 miles south of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

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