Amber Nicklas, the 1-year-old baby that went missing nearly 7 years ago, has been found. Unfortunately, her rescue wonâ€™t be the end of the heartbreaking story. In 2003 Amber Nicklas was under her grandmotherâ€™s care, as her birth mother had given up all parental rights. She was removed by the State of California and placed in foster care where, during a visit to Chuck-E-Cheese, she was â€˜kidnappedâ€™ by her three biological aunts, all minors at the time. Two of Amberâ€™s aunts were captured and sent to a juvenile corrections facility; however, the third aunt, just 13-years-old, managed to evade police and escape with Amber. Amber was found Wednesday in Arizona, and appears to be in good condition: â€œShe appeared well nourished and all thatâ€ according to Captain Patrick Maxwell of the Los Angeles County Sheriffâ€™s Dept. â€“ although, she was kept out of school, living under a different name and birth date, and was only identifiable through DNA and footprint analysis. No charges have been filed against the Phoenix couple that was caring for Amber, who claimed they adopted the child but could not produce any paperwork. She was found hiding in the shower under a pile of laundry, according to police; however the couple argues that that was not the case. She has since been placed back into protective care, and is reported to be â€œConfusedâ€ and â€œScared.â€ Hopefully, things will start to look up for this poor little 8-yr-old girl, but as long as the state is in charge of her, that is sure not to be the case.