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WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg mother who was the subject of a Canada-wide warrant for the alleged abduction of her 12-year-old son has been located along with the boy.

Police say both Charlotte and Tristan McMahon have been safely located in Manitoba.

Police haven’t said specifically where the two were found, and say they’re still investigating the case.

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A warrant for the arrest of McMahon was issued Saturday after police alleged the mother abducted the boy.

Const. Eric Hofley told a news conference that the family was together Friday evening, and on Saturday the mother and son were gone.

While police did not issue and Amber Alert in the case, they said they were still concerned for the pair’s well-being.

 

The Canadian Press

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