Surrey woman charged with taking baby

Sarah Maryskag has been charged with abduction of a child under 14 years old

A woman was found at 98 Avenue and King George Boulevard after allegedly abducting a four-month-old baby.

A Surrey woman has been taken into custody following the abduction of a four-month-old boy.

On July 10 at about 8:30 p.m., two women left a Surrey apartment following dinner with a friend.

The mother of the baby was pushing a stroller while the other woman carried her infant, getting on an elevator before the mother could board.

The mother went to the apartment lobby, but the woman had left with the baby.

The mother and her dinner host scoured the area and eventually advised a SkyTrain attendant. Transit Police were called.

The women kept looking and enlisted the help of a security guard near Sprott Shaw College, who eventually found the woman in front of the college.

Sarah June Maryskag, 34, has been charged with abduction of a child under 14 years old.



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