Czech Child Alert cancelled: Girl (9) has been found

On July 26th 2016, the Czech police issued a Child Alert for a 9-year-old girl from FRÝDEK-MÍSTEK, Czech Republic. There were strong indications that she was in the company of her mother, who is mentally ill. The girl has now been found.

A Czech Child Alert allows police officers to inform the public quickly via the news and via e-mail. The National Coordination Mechanism of the Search for Missing Children (NKMPPD), part of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic, is responsible for issuing nation-wide Child Alerts in the Czech Republic. For more information about the Czech Child Alert system, please see: https://www.amberalert.eu/join-the-search#czechrepublic.

NKMPPD is an official member of AMBER Alert Europe. To check for all members of AMBER Alert Europe, please, visit: amberalert.eu/Members.