RCMP activate Amber Alert for 2 missing children from B.C. who may be in Winnipeg

An amber alert has been issued Saturday for two children from Fort St. John, B.C.

Police say they are searching for four-year-old Liam Bellamy and 10-month-old Myra Bellamy, along with their mother Dawn Bellamy, who were allegedly abducted by father Jason Dalrymple on Thursday. 

Police say Dalrymple is believed to be headed east, possibly to Ontario, and that Dawn Bellamy and her children are in danger while in his presence.

Police are searching for a 2004 olive green Jeep Grand Cherokee with a B.C. licence plate: HT1 84A.

Two dogs and a cat may also be with them, police say.

Dawn Bellamy is described as as Indigenous, five-foot-five and 110 pounds with dark brown hair and brown eyes. (RCMP)

Police say the mother and her children were last seen at approximately 11 a.m. PT on March 24.

Dalrymple is described as having blue eyes, balding with a moustache or goatee that’s light brown and reddish in colour.

(RCMP)

Liam is described as having short, dark brown hair with brown eyes, while his baby sister Myra has very light hair with blue-hazel eyes.

Dawn Bellamy is described as as Indigenous, five-foot-five and 110 pounds with dark brown hair and brown eyes. She has a scar on her forehead and may be wearing blue glasses.

Police are searching for a 2004 olive green Jeep Grand Cherokee with a B.C. licence plate: HT1 84A. They say the suspect is believed to be headed east, possibly to Ontario. (RCMP)

Police say to not approach the vehicle, but call 9-1-1 immediately.

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