Crossing US Border: Canada-wide warrant issued for Manitoba mom on the run with daughter

Canada authorities are asking people to keep an eye out for a woman on the run with her toddler daughter, after the mom failed to return the child after supervised visitation.

Global News reports that Rebecca Mikalosh, 36, failed to return her 18-month-old little girl, Seaira Neveah Hunter, to the child’s father, in Selkirk, Manchester, on Wednesday. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) spoke to Mikalosh over the phone on Wednesday, and the mom said that she still had Seaira and had no intentions of going to the police. She also said the little girl was fine and not in danger.

According to RCMP Chief Superintendent Mark Fisher, authorities don’t think that Seaira is in any imminent danger, and therefore, didn’t qualify for an AMBER Alert. However, he publicly urged Rebecca to contact RCMP again as soon as possible, and let them know the little girl is still OK.

“We are asking for Rebecca to contact us so that we can confirm that Seaira is doing well. We are also asking anyone who may have seen or been with Rebecca and Seaira to contact their local police immediately.”

Mikalosh was last seen driving a 2001 Ford Taurus with Manitoba licence plate number, GVD 275. She’s likely driving towards British Columbia, and may have plans to cross into the U.S. She’s a white female, stand five-feet-six inches tall, weighs around 120 pounds, and has short brown hair. Seaira has blonde hair and blue eyes, stands two-feet tall and weighs around 20 pounds.

It’s still unclear why Mikalosh doesn’t have custody of her daughter. Anyone with any information on her whereabouts is urged to call authorities immediately.

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