Update: Missing 2-year-old child in Pope County found safe; suspect in custody

Amber Alert that was issued Thursday, March 17 is canceled.

Amber Alert
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GLENWOOD, Minn. — An Amber Alert issued by Pope County on Thursday, March 17 has been canceled.
Two-year-old Robert Ramirez was located and was found safe, according to an updated Amber Alert issued earlier this morning, Friday, March 18.
One suspect is in custody, according to the Pope County Sheriff's Office. Authorities expect to release more information later today.

The sheriff’s office requested the public’s assistance in locating the 2-year-old after he was reported missing the morning of March 17 and investigators developed information throughout the day that lead them to believe the child was likely abducted.

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