Two Little Girls Were Found Safe In Ontario Thanks To Last Night's Amber Alert

Arrests have been made in connection to their abduction.
Amber Alert In Ontario: Two Girls Found Safe

Two girls have been found safe and sound due to last night's Amber Alert in Ontario.

The announcement was made by the Waterloo Regional Police Service (WRPS) on social media.

The children were found just 40 minutes after the alert was issued, according to Peel Police.

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As a result of the #AMBERAlert, the children have been located safely.

Waterloo Regional Police Service

They were reported missing on Monday evening, and the Amber Alert went out at just after 11:30 p.m.

The two girls, one-year-old Fowsia Ahmed and 3-year-old Hanan Ahmed, were travelling in a grey Kia Forte with their mother, 21-year-old Mariam Muhsin Mohamed.

Also in the car was a 27-year-old male named Maxamed Abukar Maxaad.

Police have said to Global News that two men were stabbed in the area where the children were abducted.

Two men have now been arrested in connection to the stabbing, and a woman has also been arrested. Narcity has reached out to WRPS for more information.

Police say the investigation is ongoing.