As a result of the child being located, the BC Amber Alert in effect at this time has been stood down. Investigators are continuing their efforts to apprehend the suspect.
Kienan's father found the young boy sitting on a couch in the Hebert family home after police received a phone call indicating that the toddler would be dropped off there, a neighbour told CTV B.C.'s Rob Brown.
It is not yet known if Randall Hopley, 46, was involved in the child's disappearance or safe return. Hopley's whereabouts are still unknown. During Sunday's conference, Moskaluk appealed to Hopley directly. "Randy, we just want to talk to you," he said. "What we've got left to do is speak with you. It's very, very important that we speak to you right now."
Police checkpoints have been set up across the small B.C. town. Moskaluk said police are still searching for Hopley and his vehicle, a brown 1987 Toyota Camry with the licence plate 098RAL.
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