Chucky with doll in a scene from the film 'Child's Play', 1988. (Photo by United Artists/Getty Images)


Officers with the Texas Division of Public Security (DPS) have apologized after an Amber Alert was issued final week that includes the famed killer doll, Chucky, in response to studies.

“Thanks for contacting us. This was really a take a look at we had been working on a dev server and it unintentionally went out,” Ruben Medina of DPS instructed Houston’s KPRC-TV. “We respect you reaching out to us to confirm this. We do apologize for this inconvenience (to) you.”

The emergency message was despatched out on Friday and included the “Kid’s Play” horror sequence villain alongside along with his fictional little one, Glen, studies mentioned. 

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The station obtained a screenshot of one in every of three reported messages despatched out to the general public. It described the suspect, Chucky, as having “blue denim overalls with multi-colored striped lengthy sleeve shirt wielding an enormous kitchen knife.”

His race was listed as “Different: Doll.”

Glen Ray, the primary protagonist in 2004’s “Seed of Chucky,” was listed because the abductee, and was described as having a “blue shirt and black collar.” Each of their heights appeared to mirror their fictional dimension within the “Kid’s Play” horror franchise.

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Chucky was first launched in 1988’s “Kid’s Play,” which facilities round a dying assassin who makes use of black magic to own a toy doll earlier than murdering quite a few folks.

Chucky with doll in a scene from the film 'Child's Play', 1988. (Photo by United Artists/Getty Images)

Chucky with doll in a scene from the movie ‘Kid’s Play’, 1988. (Picture by United Artists/Getty Photographs)

Don Mancini, the director, and author who created the Chucky character responded to the mishap, tweeting: “PLEASE FIND THEM.”

The nationwide Amber Alert system was named after Amber Hagerman, a younger Texas woman, who was kidnapped and killed roughly 25 years in the past.

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It has helped to avoid wasting greater than 900 kidnapped kids within the U.S, FOX four of Dallas-Fort Price reported.





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