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LOCATED: Missing five-year-old boy found in Frog Lake

Elk Point RCMP confirm that five-year-old Jager Cross-Memnook has been located safe.

UPDATED:  As of about 7 p.m. on Sept. 26, Elk Point RCMP have confirmed that Jager Cross-Memnook has been located safe. 

"Jager was located a few kilometres from his home and will be seeking medical attention for exposure to the elements," states information provided by RCMP.

"The RCMP would like to thank the public for their outpouring of support and hours spent searching, the media for spreading the word, and the Edmonton Police Service for their assistance."

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FROG LAKE – Elk Point RCMP are still searching for Jager Cross-Memnook, with the assistance of several RCMP detachments and members of the public. 

The five-year-old boy was last seen in his residence on Frog Lake First Nation around 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 25. 

“Since yesterday evening, assistance has come from Edmonton Police Service Air 1 helicopter, Alberta RCMP Air Services helicopter, Alberta RCMP Police Dog Services, as well as more than 100 members of the public,” states information provided by RCMP shortly before 10 a.m. Tuesday. 

Currently teams from Bonnyville, Cold Lake and Lac La Biche have been dispatched to assist.  

RCMP Police Dog Services are still on scene as are members from Elk Point RCMP Detachment and volunteers from the public. 

"Jager was last seen wearing a light blue Nike sweater and Paw Patrol pyjama bottoms," reads the missing persons report released by RCMP at 6:30 p.m., Monday evening. 

The five-year-old is non-verbal. He is described as having a pale complexion with red hair. 

He is 3 ft. 6 in. tall and weighs about 60 lbs., according to police. 

If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Jager, please immediately contact the Elk Point RCMP Detachment at 780-724-3964. 

"Elk Point RCMP would like to locate Jager and reunite him with his family," reads a missing persons report. 

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