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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A Florida Amber Alert, issued Tuesday morning for a 16-year-old reported missing and possibly in danger, has been canceled.

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Authorities were asking the public to keep an eye out for 16-year-old Marcus Hatch after victims of a home invasion had seen him held at gunpoint while two other men ransacked their home on the 100 block of Great Harbor Way in Ponte Vedra Beach overnight.

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The men along with Hatch, still held at gunpoint, left the home in a stolen car, a 2009 gray Subaru Legacy with the Florida tag# ‘AKN6Z,’ according to deputies.

By Tuesday afternoon, the Amber Alert had been canceled. St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office said Hatch is safe and back in Jacksonville.

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Deputies say they were meeting with Hatch to get more information.