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‘This is a nightmare’: Mom of missing Edmonton teenager Lila Smith A 41-year-old man is in custody and will be facing charges of child luring.

Police said additional charges may follow as the investigation progresses.Several organizations were a part of the investigation, including ALERT (Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams), Northern Alberta ICE Unit, RCMP, Abbotsford Police, U.S.

Customs and Border Patrol, CBSA, Gladstone Police (Oregon), Oregon City Police and the FBI.“Many may be wondering why an AMBER Alert was not issued in this case.

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