3 charged in abduction of Alberta baby
RCMP in northern Alberta say they will be charging three people in the abduction of a baby left inside an idling truck.
Police issued an Amber Alert for the child when the pickup was stolen Tuesday from outside a home in Grande Prairie.
The seven-month-old girl named Addison was discovered a few hours later in her car seat on the porch of a rural home south of the city.
Police say a person in the house found the infant, who appeared to be unharmed.
A man and woman from Grande Prairie and a 14-year-old from Edmonton also face other charges, including child abandonment and theft of a motor vehicle.
The youth is also charged with failing to comply with a probation order.
Their names have not been released.
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