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AMBER Alert toddler found safe at trailer park, couple charged with his abduction: Reports

Noah Trout has been found safe in Allegheny County

Two people have been arrested in connection with Sunday’s abduction of a 2-year-old Virginia boy which sparked an AMBER Alert that was canceled following the boy’s safe discovery on Monday.

WTVR reported that Noah Trout was found at a mobile home park in Alleghany County after Nancy Renee Fridley, 44, abducted him from a church nursery in Giles County. The suspect was arrested on charges of abduction and felony child endangerment while her boyfriend, Bobby Lee Taylor, was also charged in connection with Sunday’s abduction.

Giles County police said Trout was taken to the hospital for observation and has been reunited with his family.

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At the time of Trout’s abduction on Sunday, Virginia State Police said he may be in extreme danger.

According to WTVR, authorities went to the mobile home park after identifying Fridley as their person of interest. While at the location, police reportedly spotted a child matching Trout’s description.

Authorities have not revealed a motive and it is unclear how the couple is connected to Trout.

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[Featured image: Noah Trout/Giles County Sheriff’s Office]