Thunder Bay woman faces charges following Amber Alert
Suspect arrested after 8-year-old boy goes missing from Gorham Township
A woman linked to a recent Amber Alert in the Thunder Bay area has been arrested and is facing several charges, according to the Ontario Provincial Police.
Police issued the alert on Monday after a boy was allegedly taken from Gorham Township, a community just north of Thunder Bay, that morning. The eight-year-old was found safe roughly three hours later at a local Tim Hortons, but police said they were still looking for a woman.
OPP said Tuesday a 47-year-old Thunder Bay woman had been arrested and charged with abduction, breaking and entering, and assault.
Police said she has been released and is scheduled to appear in a Thunder Bay court on June 1.
OPP say no further information can be released due to a publication ban.
With files from CBC News