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Authorities launch Amber Alert following Fargo child abduction, Fargo police request public assistance

Fargo, North Dakota – An AMBER Alert has been activated in the case of a child reportedly abducted, as indicated by law enforcement authorities.

This alert was jointly initiated late on Wednesday night by the North Dakota Highway Patrol and the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation, in response to a request made by the Fargo Police Department.

According to police reports, Beatris Decoteau, aged three, was forcibly taken from Fargo by her mother, Breanna Ziegler, and another individual who is no longer a person of interest in the investigation.

Ziegler was last spotted in the vicinity of the Cass County Courthouse. The court had mandated Ziegler to relinquish custody of her daughter, due to concerns about the child’s potential exposure to physical harm.

Furthermore, authorities have successfully located a gray Chevrolet Sonic, suspected to have played a role in the abduction.

Members of the public who have any information regarding their whereabouts are urged to immediately reach out to the Fargo Police Department at 701-451-7660 or to dial 911.

Hobert Worrell

Greetings to all. Since the year 2011, I have been diligently rising at the crack of dawn to pursue the latest happenings within our community. My journalistic journey commenced with working for a multitude of print publications, until eventually, I recognized the vast potential the digital realm had to offer. Consequently, I embarked on the creation of my own online news outlet. Today, as a publisher at Fargo News Now, I bear the ultimate responsibility for ensuring the quality and integrity of the content that graces your screens.

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