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VICTORIA — The Amber Alert issued for a two-year-old girl abducted in Alberta has a Victoria mother remembering her own son’s disappearance and reminding parents to be prepared.

Crystal Dunahee’s son Michael was four when he vanished from a playground in 1991, as his mother took part in a sports event just steps away.

Dunahee says she knows people don’t believe such tragedies could happen to them but that she’s still searching for answers 25 years later. 

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She now works for Child Find, a charity dedicated to the safety of children, and says being prepared means no one has to wait for vital details in the event of a crisis.

She urges parents to create an ID book for their kids, containing a current photo, fingerprints and other important information.

RCMP in Alberta say they have arrested a suspect in the killing of a father and the abduction of his two-year-old daughter, Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette, but they are still searching for the girl.

(CFAX)

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