May 14, 2019 6:11 am
Updated: May 14, 2019 12:20 pm

3-year-old boy located after Amber Alert issued: Toronto police

A three-year-old boy at the centre of an Amber Alert issued at the request of the Greater Sudbury Police Service just before 5 a.m. Tuesday morning has been located in Toronto safe and in good health. Jamie Mauracher has more.

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A toddler at the centre of an Amber Alert issued Tuesday morning has been located safe and in good health.

An Amber Alert was issued at the request of the Greater Sudbury Police Service just before 5 a.m. for a missing three-year old boy, who was last seen on a bus travelling to Toronto from Sudbury with a woman.

Toronto police told Global News the boy was located at a condo near Lake Shore Boulevard West and Fort York Boulevard in the city’s downtown just before 8 a.m., about three hours after the alert was issued.

Officers with 14 Division said the mother and son were taken to the police station shortly after and would not comment on charges, but said the incident has been dealt with.

More to come…

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