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An Amber Alert Has Just Been Issued In Quebec For Two Missing Girls

Police have deemed Martin Carpentier, age 44, the suspect.
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An Amber Alert Has Just Been Issued In Quebec For Two Missing Girls

An AMBER Alert has been issued for Norah, 11, and Romy Carpentier, 6, from Lévis, Quebec.

The alert was communicated to many Quebec cellular devices, a method used by the Alerte AMBER Québec Program at approximately 3:24 p.m. The Sûreté du Québec has also shared the alert on its official Twitter account.

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Above are photos of the two children and the suspect.

Norah is described as "thin. Wearing a white cap and white 'Nike' sandals." The other girl, Romy, is reported to have been "wearing a pink shirt, heart-shaped earrings and red nail polish."

Currently, Martin Carpentier, 44, has been listed as the suspect. He is described as "wearing a grey t-shirt and jeans, maybe glasses."

If you see any of these three or have any information, please call 9-1-1 immediately.

Via Alerte Amber

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