BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The horseback riders who encountered a missing California teen and her abductor say the pair seemed out of place and ill-equipped for the Idaho back country. At a news conference Sunday in Boise, the four riders — two men and two women — said they came across Hannah Anderson and 40-year-old James Lee DiMaggio on Wednesday morning.

Mark John said the two weren't friendly and that the girl was wearing pajamas or sweatpants. John said when he returned home he saw that an Amber Alert that had been issued for 16-year-old Hannah, and he contacted police. DiMaggio was killed by authorities Saturday. He is suspected of killing Hannah's mother, Christina, and brother, Ethan. Hannah was not harmed.