The woman whose daughter, 9, was the subject of a missing-person probe earlier this week is facing unrelated charges

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The mother of a young girl found safe after a missing-person probe earlier this week is charged with an unrelated break-and-enter.

Huron OPP appealed on Monday for help from the public locating the nine-year-old girl. The Cambridge child was last seen leaving a relative’s Brandon Road home in Ethel, a hamlet in northern Huron County, with her mother and brother nearly a week earlier, police said.

Officers came into contact with the family members four days later, on Monday, after responding to a suspicious vehicle call on Brandon Road. Alexandra wasn’t with her mother and brother at the time, and her whereabouts were unknown, police said.

OPP said the mother wasn’t immediately co-operative.

The youngster showed up at a Waterloo police station with an older sibling later that day.

Const. Jamie Stanley said the girl’s mother is charged with break-and-enter for an unrelated incident.

Stanley also confirmed that the uncertainty over the girl’s whereabouts wasn’t related to a custody dispute, though he divulged few other details.


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