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Posted: Friday, March 15, 2013 2:59 pm

According to a report from the Associated Press, U.S. and Mexican law enforcement agencies have recovered two young children taken by non-custodial parents.

The U.S. State Department is caring for 1-year-old Estella Lovemore and 2-year-old Carolina Oddo in Mexico pending their return to the United States, the Marshals Service say.

The girls were located Thursday in Hermosillo, Sonora, where authorities took into custody 22-year-old Danielle Nicole Lovemore, the mother of the 1-year-old, according to the Marshals Service.

Lovemore has been returned to the United Sates to face a charge of custodial interference.

Her daughter was in Arizona Child Protective Services custody in January.

Estella Lovemore was first taken by her mother on Jan. 27, where Marana police were called to investigate.

Danielle was present at Gymnastics World for a supervised visit with grandparents when she left with Estella. Danielle was not seen getting into a vehicle or walking away, however may have left the area with her boyfriend, Mr. Luis Palacios.

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