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THUNDER BAY, Ont. — Provincial police says two more people have been charged after a boy was allegedly taken from a community in the Thunder Bay, Ont., area earlier this week.
Police issued an Amber Alert on Monday after the eight-year-old boy went missing, but was found about three hours later at a Tim Hortons in Thunder Bay.
Ontario Provincial Police say a 47-year-old Thunder Bay woman was arrested Tuesday and charged with abduction in contravention of a court order, break and enter, and assault.
Police now say they have also laid a charge of abduction against a 31-year-old woman and an 18-years-old man, both of Thunder Bay.
They say both have been released and scheduled to appear in court July 10.
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