Stratford Police say no charges will be filed in connection with the recent Amber Alert

Stratford Police have announced that no charges will be brought in connection with the Amber Alert issued last week for a missing girl.

The Amber Alert was issued at around 5:37pm on August 2 to an 11-year-old local girl who was last seen that morning.

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Police said they were contacted within minutes with information on the girl’s whereabouts and she was quickly located.

They say officers “conducted a thorough investigation into this matter and no criminal offenses were committed.”

Stratford Police did not provide any further details about the incident, but suggested that parents should be interested in the children’s internet and social media activities.

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Parents have been warned to make sure they know their children’s passwords and to regularly check their search and chat history.

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“Parents are encouraged to keep lines of communication open about what their children are doing online and to encourage your child to let you know if they ever have a problem,” Stratford Police said in a press release.

“Help your child filter information and differentiate between fact and fiction. And most importantly, talk to your kids about the online danger of strangers and always know who they are communicating with online.”

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