KALISPELL, Mont. - The Amber Alert issued for a missing Kalispell boy has been cancelled. He was reportedly recovered safely in Washington. His parents are in custody.
The following is a press release from the Flathead County Sheriff's Department:
Late last evening, Saturday the 27th, FCSO received notification of a possible non-custodial child abduction.
Custodial grandparents reported the abduction of one year old Brayden Blasius. Brayden was removed by forced entry into the custodial grandparents' home on Yoeman Hall Road off MT206 in the greater Creston area.
Investigative information collected to date would suggest that the biological father, Beau Frank Blasius and biological mother, Bryndi Coryn Gibson are suspect.
Deputies immediately broad cast "Attempt to Locates" on the suspect/s and reported vehicle of use. An "AMBER ALERT" was also broad cast. Agents from the Kalispell office of the FBI were also contacted to assist.
It is believed from investigative information collected to date that the suspect/s intended to flee the Flathead and may be headed to Washington state. Suspect/s may be driving a 1994 Chevy S-10 pickup truck with Montana plates, 771282A which was stolen from the father of an acquaintance of the suspect/s.
Deputies continue to pursue leads as they become available. Anyone with information on possible location of the child or suspect/s is urged to contact the Flathead County Sheriff's Office.
Authorities have issued an Amber Alert for a one year old Kalispell boy believed to have been taken by his non-custodial parents.
According to the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Brayden Blasius was taken by Beau Blasius and Bryndi Gibson.
New informations says Blasius and Gibson could be driving a stolen 1994 white Chevy S10 truck with license plate 7-71282A.
Authorities say the truck has a large blue strip from front to back, a broken back window with duct tape on it and the hood has been tied down with wire.
According to the alert, the blue Ford Focus has been located and is no longer of interest.
A news release says the child is believed to be in danger and the parents are believed to be on drugs.
If you have any information contact the Flathead County Sheriff's Department at 406-758-5610.