Breaking news | Amber Alert Vancouver to find a child in British Columbia has ended

Breaking news | Amber Alert Vancouver to find a child in British Columbia has ended

Amber Alert to find a child in British Columbia has ended

The Amber Alert that had been issued in British Columbia to find a three-year-old boy who was allegedly abducted from a Vancouver children's hospital was lifted early Tuesday morning.

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Vancouver police had been asking for the public's help since 11 p.m. Monday in locating the boy, who was last seen around 12:40 p.m. at BC Children's Hospital.

British Columbia's alert system ended the alert early Tuesday.

Investigators suspected the boy had been abducted by his mother. They were found together near Calgary.

According to the police statement, the child was receiving treatment in hospital for a medical condition, causing authorities to fear for his health and safety.

The boy therefore received further treatment on Tuesday morning, while his mother was arrested.


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Vancouver

La police a émis une alerte Amber pour un garçon de trois ans, qui, selon elle, a été enlevé à Vancouver lundi.

Selon la police, Phaivanh Correia-Chanthabouala a été vue pour la dernière fois au BC Children’s Hospital sur Oak Street vers 12h40.

Il recevait des soins médicaux et la police s’inquiète pour sa santé et sa sécurité.

Il mesure deux pieds, a les cheveux noirs et portait une fermeture éclair grise, un pantalon bleu et des chaussures rouges.

Les enquêteurs pensent qu’il a été emmené par sa mère, Jenny Chanthabouala, décrite comme une femme asiatique aux longs cheveux noirs portés en dreadlocks. 

Elle portait une veste noire et une tuque noire, des lunettes, un pantalon de survêtement gris, des bottes Ugg marron et un sac messager rayé. Elle a une manche de tatouage sur son bras droit.

La police avertit le public de ne pas approcher le suspect, mais d’appeler le 911 à la place.

La police a fourni des photos de Jenny Chanthabouala, à gauche, et de Phaivanh Correia-Chanthabouala. (GRC)

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