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Alberta Police in northwestern Alberta cancel Amber Alert after baby found ‘safe and unharmed’

Police in northwestern Alberta have cancelled an Amber Alert for a seven-month-old boy who was believed to have been abducted by his father.

RCMP say the baby was found “safe and unharmed” less than two hours after he was taken from his home in Fairview, about 550 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.

Police say a suspect is in custody.

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