Hey guys, have you received an alert that looks like this?!
Here's some info about it.
Norah Carpentier, 11, and her six-year-old sister, Romy Carpentier, were last seen with their father on Wednesday night. According to provincial police spokesperson Sgt. Louis-Philippe Bibeau, officers have reason to believe the girls were abducted by their father, Martin Carpentier. Police have been searching for them and Carpentier around Saint-Apollinaire, Que., about 40 kilometres southwest of Quebec City.
Martin Carpentier weighs 130 pounds, is five feet, 10 inches tall, and is wearing a grey T-shirt and jeans. He may be wearing glasses and is described as having thinning hair.
His daughter, Norah, 11, is described as five foot, two inches tall, and thin, wearing a white hat and white Nike sandals. Romy, 6, is described as three feet tall, wearing a pink shirt and heart-shaped earrings, and has on red nail polish.
An Amber Alert was issued at 3:30 p.m. ET on Thursday. Sûreté du Québec spokesperson Sgt. Louis-Philippe Bibeau said investigators have reason to believe the girls were abducted by their father after interviewing witnesses and the children's mother.
Carpentier and the girls were last seen at around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, in a convenience store in the Saint-Nicolas neighbourhood of Lévis, Que., where the girls are from. Police said that at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Carpentier's vehicle crashed about 15 kilometres west of that location on Highway 20.When police got to the crash, no one was inside the car, Bibeau said.
After interviewing witnesses, he said police realized the girls were missing and issued the Amber Alert.