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Mother says Child Found Safe

9:40am: UPDATE:
The Amber Alert for a missing Asheville boy has been cancelled after the child was brought to the Asheville Police department by a relative of the abductor. 
No other information is known at this time.

9:04am: BREAKING: the mother of 16 month of Jayden Squire says the boy has been found, unharmed.

We will post details as we get them.

8:04am:
A toddler is the focus of an Amber Alert in Asheville. Police believe 16 month old Jayden Squire is with his father Russell Squire.

Jayden's mother, Melissa McRae told News 13's that she was giving Jayden a bath when she and Russell Squire got into an argument in their room at the Thunderbird Motel on Tunnel Road Thursday evening.

She says Russell grabbed her around the throat and hit her, knocking her unconscious.

Police say Squire took the boy from the motel and left on foot. Jayden Squire was only in a diaper.

His mother says he has asthma and needs medication.

Police issued the Amber Alert and are asking anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 828-255-5050.

By Victoria Dunkle
Follow Victoria on Twitter: @victoriadunkle

Jayden Wilson Squire is a 16 month old white male, approximately 2 feet tall, weighing 23 pounds.  He has sandy blond hair and green eyes.

Russell Allen Wilson Squire is described as a 25 year old, white male, 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighing 180 pounds.  He has black hair and green eyes.  He was last seen wearing a white shirt, pants, and white Jordan tennis shoes.  He has a tattoo of a cross on his back, his hair is reportedly long and in dreadlocks.

They were last seen at Thunderbird Motel, 835 Tunnel Road, in Asheville.

 



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