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Canada Vancouver police searching for mother in alleged parental abduction

21:20  11 march  2018
21:20  11 march  2018 Source:   vancouversun.com

Search continues in alleged parental abduction

  Search continues in alleged parental abduction Search continues in alleged parental abductionPolice say Shawana Chaudhary, also known as Shawna, could also have changed her own appearance and may be using an old legal name.

Police are searching for a Vancouver woman who allegedly abducted her own son contrary to a court custody order. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Vancouver police searching for mother in alleged Vancouver Sun 2018-03-11 Stephanie Ip.

Police are searching for a Vancouver woman who allegedly abducted her own son contrary to a court custody order. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Vancouver police searching for mother in alleged Vancouver Sun 2018-03-11 Stephanie Ip.

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Police are searching for a Vancouver woman who has allegedly abducted her own son contrary to a court custody order.

According to Vancouver police, Shawana Chaudhary has allegedly taken her 9-year-old son, Emerson Cusworth, and may be travelling with him and her six-year-old daughter.

Police say there are signs Chaudhary “made plans to be away from home for an extended period” and is likely to be in the company of her two children and one or two dogs. Police do not believe that either child is in danger.

Chaudhary is 34, appears South Asian, stands about 5-feet-8, and weighs about 106 pounds. She has long dark hair and dark eyes. Emerson is 9, appears South Asian, weighs about 55 pounds and has short black hair and dark eyes.

No information is being released about Chaudhary’s daughter as she is not subject to a court-imposed custody order.

Anyone with information about Chaudhary’s whereabouts or who recognizes the mother or her son is asked to contact police at 911 or investigators at 604-717-0601. Those who wish to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stopppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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