UPDATE: Amber Alert ended for 14-month-old abducted by father

Dec 20 2019, 4:35 pm

An Amber Alert that was issued for a 14-month-old near Hinton, Alberta, this morning has since ended.

The Alberta Emergency Alert website ended the Amber Alert as of 4:47 pm on December 20.

Alberta RCMP issued an update via Twitter around 1 pm on December 20, saying the vehicle had been found.

“The vehicle driven by Cody Armstrong has been located back at his residence. We cannot confirm at this time if Cody and/or Waylon are inside the home. There continues to be a large police presence at the residence, and we ask that the public avoid the area.”

The second update came at around 5:11 pm, saying that the boy and his father had been found, with the boy surrendered to police unharmed.

“Waylon Armstrong and Cody Armstrong have both been located unharmed.┬áCody Armstrong is now in police custody,” said RCMP in a release.

Police say Highway 40 into Brule is now open.

As this matter is under investigation by RCMP, no further details will be provided.