Update 4 Dec. 20 5:15 p.m.
Hinton, Alta. – Amber Alert has ended. Waylon Armstrong and Cody Armstrong have both been located unharmed. Cody Armstrong is now in police custody.
As this matter is under investigation, no further details will be provided.
RCMP say that Hwy 40 into Brule has been re-opened and residents are permitted to return home.
Update 3 Dec 20 5:05 p.m.
Alberta RCMP canceled the Amber Alert
No further information was provided as of 5 p.m. MT.
More to come
Update 2 Dec. 20 1:09 p.m.
RCMP say the vehicle driven by Cody Armstrong was located back at his residence. RCMP 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 police ask that the public avoid the area. Please do not report police activity on social media.
Update Dec. 20, 11:52 a.m.
Hinton RCMP say Cody Armstrong is considered armed and dangerous.
RCMP confirmed that Cody Armstrong – who allegedly kidnapped his 14-month-old son – was in possession of a long barrel rifle when he left the residence in Brule.
Waylon Armstrong and his mother were at Cody’s home visiting when an altercation took place and Cody left the home with Waylon.
Cody is to be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. If you have any information regarding this child abduction, contact Hinton RCMP at 780-865-5544.
—– Original story —–
Alberta RCMP issued an Amber Alert Friday, Dec 20 at 3:40 a.m.
At 2:30 AM this morning, 14-month-old Waylon Armstrong was abducted from his home in Brule, near Hinton, Alberta. Waylon Armstrong has blonde hair, brown eyes, and is wearing a one-sie with moose on them. Waylon Armstrong was abducted by his father Cody Armstrong.
Cody Armstrong is 5’9″ tall and 170 lbs., blond hair, brown eyes, wearing a grey shirt with grey Stanfield long johns.
They were last seen leaving a residence in Brule, driving 2002, medium green, GMC Sierra, Alberta licence plate B-S-F, 3 5 2 4.
Do not approach the suspect or vehicle if located, call police immediately. If you have any information regarding this child abduction, contact Hinton R C M P at 780-865-5544.
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