The police triggers an AMBER alert to find Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou

News 13 March, 2018
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    Tuesday, 13 march 2018 14:17

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    An AMBER alert was triggered on Tuesday afternoon, to find the young Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou disappeared since yesterday.

    Earlier Monday morning, the police of Montreal had asked the public to open the eye to find it.

    The parents of a child aged 10 years are without news of him for approximately 24 hours.

    See an interview conducted with the parents a few minutes before the release of the AMBER alert:


    Missing since Monday afternoon

    At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing a black coat with a hood, gray slacks and yellow boots.

    The little Ariel is Black and speaks French. It measures 1 m 40 (4 ft 7) long, weighs 40 kg (88lb), he has black eyes and black hair.

    He has no behavior problem, and nor has the profile of a child who disappears without warning.

    Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou had a day off from teaching on Monday, and he has left the family home in the Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal, to visit a friend over the lunch hour.

    At the present time, we do not know if it made it to this place, since the friend in question was not on the spot while her parents were at work, an information confirmed by the police.

    “For the moment, it is difficult to understand the fact that it is not income to the house yesterday in the early evening. No conflict, according to the first information we have obtained within the family, no running away in the past… It is a young boy, without a history, without any health problem diagnosed, then unfortunately, it is a disappearance that is very, very worrying for the parents, of course, and for the police service”, stated the spokesperson for the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) Raphael Bergeron.

    The SPVM has deployed additional staff to rake the area all night and try to recover the child.

    ► Any person who sees him or who has any information to pass on about this disappearance must communicate without delay with the 911 or Info-Crime Montreal at 514-393-1133.