Amber Alert ends with teen found safe in Idaho

CASCADE, Idaho (AP) - The FBI says it's sending a team to Idaho to investigate the shooting that led to the death of a man suspected of killing a California woman and her young son and abducting her 16-year-old daughter.

Forty-year-old James Lee DiMaggio was killed Saturday after his campsite was spotted in Idaho's rugged Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.

Teen found safeThe teen, Hannah Anderson, was found safe. Ada County sheriff's spokeswoman Andrea Dearden says she has no apparent injuries and there are no reports of injuries among law enforcement.

At a news conference Saturday evening, Dearden said the teen and DiMaggio were spotted not far from where a horseback rider reported seeing the pair Wednesday.

Dearden said she didn't know if DiMaggio fired at officers.

Authorities offered few other details as the team from Washington, D.C., prepares to investigate.

Amber Alert for California children

An Amber Alert was activated Wednesday in Washington and Oregon, Hannah Anderson and her brother, Ethan, were last seen Aug. 3rd in California. The suspect in their disappearance is thought to be headed to Canada, possibly driving a Nissan Versa with California plates 6WCU986.

Missing Child 
Name: Ethan Anderson
Hair Color: SandyEye Color: Unknown
Skin Color: WhiteAge: 8 years old
Height: 4 feet 11 inchesWeight: 65 pounds
Gender: Male 
Missing Child 
Name: Hannah Anderson
Hair Color: BlondeEye Color: Blue
Skin Color: WhiteAge: 16 years old
Height: 5 feet 7 inchesWeight: 115 pounds
Gender: Female 
Name: James DiMaggio
Hair Color: BrownEye Color: Brown
Skin Color: WhiteAge: 40 years old
Height: 5 feet 9 inchesWeight: 150 pounds
Gender: Male 

Vehicle Information
Make: NissanModel: Versa
Color: BlueInterior Color: 
License State: CALicense Text: 6WCU986
Vehicle Description: