Teen found safe after alleged abduction in Laval, Que.

Laval police cruiser at a crime scene in Laval, Que. Mario Beauregard/The Canadian Press

Laval, Que., police said a 17-year-old boy is safe after a possible abduction Wednesday evening in Laval.

Laval police spokesperson Geneviève Major, said police received a 911 call at around 7 p.m. reporting the incident.

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The teen is believed to have been taken while near a Mobila store in Laval, located on the service road to Highway 440, near the intersection of Curé-Labelle Boulevard, according to Major.

Officers located a vehicle linked to the alleged abduction in Laval.

A pursuit ensued and the vehicle was intercepted around 7:45 p.m. near the Jean-Talon market.

“The teen is safe and sound,” Major said.

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She added that arrests had been made, but was unable to specify how many people were apprehended as the event was still unfolding.

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Investigators were being dispatched to the scene.

Wednesday’s incident comes only a day after an Amber Alert was issued in Montreal following the alleged kidnapping of a 16-year-old girl in Kirkland.

In that case, three men appeared in court on Wednesday and were charged with several offences including one count each of kidnapping and unlawful confinement.

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