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Vancouver police have issued an amber alert for four-year-old Delilah Felton (left), who is believed to be with her mother, 46-year-old Angela Hanley (right). (Vancouver Police Department)
Vancouver police have issued an amber alert for four-year-old Delilah Felton (left), who is believed to be with her mother, 46-year-old Angela Hanley (right). (Vancouver Police Department)

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Amber Alert ends after four-year-old girl found safe near Vancouver Add to ...

Vancouver police say a four-year-old girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert has been found safe with her mother.

The force issued an alert for Delilah Felton, who was believed to be with her mother, 46-year-old Angela Hanley.

Police had said Ms. Hanley, who has no fixed address, was involved in a high-risk lifestyle, though they also said there was nothing to indicate she wanted to harm her daughter.

A police news release says the pair were found safe in Surrey and the situation ended "peacefully." Ms. Hanley was taken into custody, the release said.

Amber Alerts are issued when a child is abducted. This case was the 19th alert declared in B.C. since the program began 12 years ago.

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