Amber Alert ends for pregnant Saskatchewan teen

Police lights. (QMI Agency)

Police lights. (QMI Agency)

Dave Lazzarino, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:39 PM ET

EDMONTON — After being missing for almost 24 hours, a pregnant teen and her alleged captor walked into a RCMP detachment in Swift Current, Sask., Thursday night.

An Amber Alert was issued by Saskatchewan Mounties after they said the 14-year-old, who is eight months pregnant, disagreed from her Maple Creek, Sask., home.

Police said she was forcible taken from the home, where she lives with her sister, Wednesday night by her 16-year-old boyfriend.

At the time, police said they believed she could be in danger from the boy.

"She was forcibly removed from the residence. We do fear that harm may come to her," police said at a news conference in Regina Thursday.

Thursday night, the boy's family walked both of them into an RCMP detachment, Mounties said.

So far, there's no word if charges will be laid.

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