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The Amber Alert Issued For 2 Missing Girls In Quebec Was Just 'Cancelled'

"The missing childs were located safe and sound."
The Amber Alert Issued For 2 Missing Girls In Quebec Was Just 'Cancelled'

The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) issued an Amber Alert on Sunday, December 13 to find two missing girls from Terrebonne.

Dayana Di Menna, 7, and Liana Di Menna, 2, were missing and believed to have been abducted by Jessica Kate Boulet, a 34-year-old woman.

Quebec police shared a tweet announcing the Amber Alert at 6:09 p.m. Sunday evening.

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In the midst of the search, police shared that the suspect's car, which was a blue Land Rover Discovery 2019, was "driving west towards Bois-des-Fillion."

Only 35 minutes after the initial tweet about the Amber Alert, the Sûreté du Québec assured the province that the two young girls had been found.

"The #AMBERalert has been cancelled," they wrote on Twitter.

"The missing childs were located safe and sound."

If ever an Amber Alert is sent out and you happen to have information regarding the matter, the SQ asks that you "please call 911."