Tuesday, 25 February 2014


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February 25, 2014 APR
Grande Prairie, Alberta – A 7 month old girl named Addison has been abducted from the Royal Oaks area of Grande Prairie, Alberta between 12:30 and 1:00 p.m. today. This child was abducted by a person that stole a truck from a residence.
Addison is 7 months old and was wearing pink pants, no shoes, a pink tunic, with blue and pink hearts on it. They were last seen in a 2010 light brown two tone Dodge truck, Alberta licence NED 553.
The truck has built in tool boxes on the box and a pink sticker in the back tailgate that says ” baby on board” The truck has black steel rims and is a four door. The truck departed in an unknown direction.
Do not approach the suspect. Please contact the police if you have any information. If you see this vehicle please call 911 or your local police agency immediately.

What is AMBER Alert?

Every province in Canada has an AMBER Alert Program.
The AMBER Alert Program is an innovative  province wide program which partners the province's law enforcement community, media broadcasting agencies and the public in locating abducted children.
AMBER Alert is a comprehensive plan which provides a coordinated and rapid response to child abductions throughout your province.  It provides the public with immediate and up-to-date information about a child abduction by widespread media broadcasts and solicits the public's help in the safe and swift return of the child.
It is a voluntary, cooperative program between police services and local broadcasters to send an emergency alert to the public when a child has been abducted and it is believed that his/her life is in grave danger.
An AMBER Alert can only be activated by a specified person who is an authorized user.