Police have sent out another Amber Alert on December 19 for a nine-month-old baby that was reportedly abducted and then found safe a day earlier.

Just after 3:10 p.m. ET on December 19, an Amber Alert notification came through from Ottawa police with the same information as the one issued on December 18 including the time the child was last seen.

Editor's Choice: Someone Called 911 To Complain About Ontario's Amber Alert Just Minutes After It Happened

It was also issued around the same time as the one on Friday was.

That had people on Twitter wondering if the child is safe and if the notification is new or the same one from the day before and was sent out accidentally.

As of 3:40 p.m. ET on December 19, Ottawa police have not confirmed if the alert is real or was mistakingly sent out but the OPP has tweeted that there are technical difficulties with the Amber Alert system.

When the first alert was issued on Friday, Ottawa police later tweeted that the child had been found safe and there was a suspect in custody.

Someone called 911 to complain about the alert just minutes after it went out on Friday because their TV time was disrupted.

 
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