Amber Alert cancelled after infant returned

An Amber Alert issued Thursday night for an infant believed abducted by her father was called off almost as quickly as it was issued.

An Amber Alert issued Thursday night for an infant believed abducted by her father was called off almost as quickly as it was issued.

The alert was initiated by Surrey RCMP just before 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8, after a woman called to report that her daughter had been taken by the child’s father just before 6:30 p.m., during a domestic dispute.

The Amber Alert asked citizens to be on the lookout for a specific vehicle that had last been seen near 176A Street and 67 Avenue.

The alert was called off after the accused returned with the baby of his own accord, police say. The child was not injured.

No arrests were made.

 

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