A father and toddler on the centre of an Amber Alert issued Friday in rural Alberta have each been discovered unhurt, Hinton RCMP say. The daddy surrendered to RCMP at his residence in Brule, Alta., and was “arrested with out incident,” Workers Sgt. Chris Murphy mentioned at a information convention late Friday afternoon on the Hinton RCMP detachment.Murphy had no details about costs however mentioned the investigation continues. “It was a really lengthy day for everybody concerned, together with the mom,” he mentioned. The Amber Alert was issued round 3:30 a.m. Friday for a lacking toddler thought to have been kidnapped by his father. The boy and his mom have been visiting the daddy’s residence within the small Alberta city when an altercation happened, RCMP mentioned in a information launch Friday morning. The daddy was armed with a rifle when he drove away with the boy in his truck, police mentioned in that information launch. “The dad … was seen leaving the residence with a rifle,” Cpl. Laurel Scott advised CBC Information in an interview Friday morning. “And so we wish to be sure the general public understands that he’s thought of armed and harmful proper now.” Police mentioned the 2 have been seen leaving a house in Brule, in a 2002 medium inexperienced GMC Sierra pickup truck. That truck was discovered Friday afternoon parked exterior the daddy’s home in Brule. For a lot of the day there was a heavy police presence within the space. Whereas the hunt for the person and his son was underway police urged members of the general public to keep away from the group and chorus from posting particulars in regards to the search on social media. The RCMP established roadblocks within the Hinton space to regulate entry. These roadblocks have been taken down and all roads at the moment are open, police mentioned. Brule is 20 kilometres west of Hinton and about 315 kilometres west of Edmonton.