Amber Alert – Multiple Sighting Reports Remain Unconfirmed

RCMP are currently investigating leads and approximately eight hundred search and rescue are expected to be continuing extensive ground searches throughout the day. Volunteers at the LDS Church are busily organizing food and drinks to accommodate today's volunteers.

  • Sep. 9, 2011 6:00 p.m.

Sparwood, B.C. Sept 9 11 a.m. – As a chopper flies overhead,  Kienan Hebert has still not been located. Multiple tips have been flooding in about apparent sightings in areas in Kamloops as well as other areas, none of yet have been confirmed by the RCMP. The community and all those keeping track of this case are still left wondering, where is Kienan Hebert. RCMP are saying little, leaving some people to speculate, could more have been done. It has been confirmed that the suspect Randall Hopley was last seen in Sparwood on the afternoon before the boy disappeared.

RCMP are currently investigating leads and approximately eight hundred search and rescue are expected to be continuing extensive ground searches throughout the day. Volunteers at the LDS Church are busily organizing food and drinks to accommodate today’s volunteers.

A candle light vigil was held last night at the Titan and the residents of Sparwood left thier porch lights on hoping to lead Kienan home.

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