UPDATE: Toronto Police Locate Mississauga Teen After Early Morning Amber Alert
Fifteen-year-old Mississauga teen Alyssa Langille has been located by Toronto police in good health.
Shortly before 11:00 a.m., Peel police announced that Langille had been found and that an investigation into her suspected abduction is ongoing.
An Amber Alert was issued for Langille in the early hours of Monday morning. On Jan. 15, a witness told police that an abduction was observed at 1:25pm on St. Barbara Boulevard at Comiskey Crescent. According to the witness, a grey or silver van came to an abrupt stop and two males exited the vehicle and forced a female inside.
Langille was reported missing on Jan. 15 at 9:22 p.m. by her family.
Peel police are thanking everyone for their efforts in locating Langille.
Peel police Sgt. Josh Colley will be available at 12 Division Peel Regional Police to provide updates regarding the investigation.
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