The earlier-reported current Amber Alert was canceled at 12:45 by a statement from the Battlefords RCMP.
“The children have been found safe at a house on Mosquito, Grizzly Bear’s Head, Lean Man First Nation.
The cops now have the mother in their care.
The Battlefords RCMP is grateful to the people who helped.”
AMBER ALERT CANCELLED (Battlefords RCMP): The children have been located safe at a residence on Mosquito, Grizzly Bear’s Head, Lean Man First Nation. The mother is now in police custody. Battlefords RCMP thanks members of the public for their assistance. ^km
— RCMP Saskatchewan (@RCMPSK) June 9, 2023
The original version of the story is below.
Alexis Rosette is a girl who is 7 years old. She is about 4’5″ tall and has brown shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. The last time anyone saw her, she was wearing a grey T-shirt, black pants, and a black jacket. She walks in a strange way.
Kingsley Rosette, an 8-year-old boy, is slightly taller than Alexis. He has a heavy build, medium-length black hair, and brown eyes. The last time anyone saw him, he wore shorts and a black T-shirt that said “Belgium” and probably had a flag.
Police think the kids are with their mother, Amber Rosette, who is 31 years old and has been described as 5’3″, 120 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. When she was last seen, she had a white shirt on.
Alexis and Kingsley were last seen with Amber on June 8 at 7:45 p.m. on the 700 block of 100th Street in North Battleford. We don’t know if they have a car or not.
The absence of the children is being looked into as a possible kidnapping by their mother.
Police are trying hard to find Alexis and Kingsley to ensure they are safe.
With everything that has happened and the study that has been going on all night, it has been decided that the conditions for an Amber Alert have now been met. Since the kids were reported missing, the police have been looking for them in person and talking to witnesses and people who know Amber and the kids.
If anyone sees Alexis, Kingsley, or Amber Rosette or knows where they are, they should immediately call 911 or 1-877-SOAMBER (762-6237).
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