Amber Alert issued in northern Ontario for 2-year-old girl

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Amber Alert issued in northern Ontario for 2-year-old girl

Police suspect man abducted child in Rainy River near Manitoba boundary

The Canadian Press Posted: May 21, 2017 5:25 AM ET Last Updated: May 21, 2017 5:25 AM ET

Police issued these photos of two-year-old Eva Kamaniski and the man she was last seen with, her 36-year-old stepfather, Brad Farand.

Police issued these photos of two-year-old Eva Kamaniski and the man she was last seen with, her 36-year-old stepfather, Brad Farand. (OPP Handout)

Provincial police in northern Ontario have issued an Amber Alert for a two-year-old girl they say was abducted in Rainy River, near the Manitoba boundary.

The victim is identified as Eva Kaminski.

She is described as white, 3 feet 2 inches tall, with blue eyes and long blonde hair.

She was last seen wearing pink penguin pyjamas.

Fort Frances OPP identified the suspect in the abduction as Brad Farand, a 36-year-old male described as white, 6 feet tall, 250 pounds with brown hair and eyes. He has forearm tattoos that say Nicole and Teagen.

Police say Farand is driving a 2012 Black Dodge Caravan with Ontario licence CBX-S626.

He was last seen travelling westbound on Highway 11 towards Emo, Ont.

Anyone with information is urged to call 911.

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Amber Alert issued in northern Ontario for 2-year-old girl

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