Amber Alert cancelled
UPDATE 7 P.M.
The BC RCMP can confirm that BC Amber Alert was de-activated at 5:20 p.m. as Trina Meisel, 12 year old Talisha and 6 year old Taya have just been located.
With the assistance of public tips and information, police were able to locate them in Boston Bar.
All three were taken in police custody and care without issue.
Trina Meisel, 48, has been arrested in connection with two counts of Abduction under section 282(1) of the Criminal Code.
The two girls are okay and investigators are working with the Ministry of Children and Family Development with respect to their care.
BC RCMP investigators also continue to work with Major Crime investigators in southern Alberta with respect to their investigation.
We would like to thank the media and the public for their assistance.
Everyone has been located as a direct result of public and media support and the BC Amber Alert program.
UPDATE 5:20 P.M.
RCMP have cancelled the Amber Alert for abducted Alberta sisters Talisha and Taya Meisel, but have not revealed why or if the girls were found safe.
We will provide more details as they become available.
An Amber Alert has been issued in the abduction of two Alberta girls.
Talisha Meisel, 12 and her sister Taya Meisel, six, were abducted from Vulcan, AB Tuesday.
They may be with their mother, Trina Meisel, 48
Talisha is five feet tall, 70 lbs, with long blonde hair and a medium build. She also goes by TJ.
Taya is three foot six, 50 lbs, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Her hair was in a pony tail. She has a medium build and wears glasses. She often wears pink clothing.
They may be travelling in a 2007 black Honda CR-V, Alberta plate ORNRSE.
If you see the vehicle, the children or Trina Meisel don't approach them. Call 911 or your police detachment.
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