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RCMP release names of two charged in Alberta baby’s abduction

This Dodge Ram pickup truck was stolen in Grande Prairie, Alta., on Tuesday with baby Addison, seven months old, still inside.

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RCMP in northern Alberta have released the names of two people charged in the abduction of a baby that was in a truck that was stolen.

Police say Keisha Horseman, 26, and David Michael Smith, 22, have been remanded in custody in Grande Prairie.

A 14-year-old youth, who has also been charged but cannot be identified, has been released with conditions.

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The three face numerous charges that include kidnapping, abandoning a child and theft of a motor vehicle.

They are all to appear in Grande Prairie provincial court on Monday.

Police issued an Amber Alert for the seven-month-old baby after a pickup was stolen Tuesday from outside a home in Grande Prairie.

The girl named Addison was discovered a few hours later, still in her car seat, on the porch of a rural home south of the city.

Police say a person in the house found the infant, who appeared to be unharmed.

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