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UPDATE: AMBER Alert Canceled; Both Suspects In Custody & Child Is Safe

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Bryndi Gibson Bryndi Gibson
Beau Blasius Beau Blasius

UPDATE: UPDATE: The Fife Police Department advises both suspects are in custody and the child is safe. AMBER Alert Canceled.

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KHQ.COM - Authorities activated an AMBER Alert early Sunday for a child they believe is in danger. 

1-year-old Brayden Blasius was last seen in Kalispell, Montana. He is white, with blond hair and blue eyes. He is believed to be about 20", and weighs approximately 23 lbs. 

Police say Brayden may be in the company of 23-year-old Bryndi Gibson and 28-year-old Beau Blasius. Bryndi is a white female with green eyes. She is believed to be 5'7", 230 lbs. Beau is a white male with red hair and green eyes. He is believed to be about 5'10", weighing 190 lbs. 

Authorities say Bryndi and Beau are Brayden's non-custodial parents and took Brayden without permission. They may be under the influence of drugs and were last seen in Kalispell. Police say they may possible be en route to Washington State. 

Law Enforcement now says the suspects may be driving a white 1994 Chevrolet Pickup, Montana License Plate #771282A and could be heading to Chehalis, WA

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this child please contact 253-538-3240 immediately. 

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