Brampton Man Reunited With Mother after 31 years
A Brampton man has been reunited with his mother after 31 years.
According to the Toronto Police, Jermaine Allan Mann reportedly went missing June 24, 1987. He was allegedly abducted by his father, Allan Mann, during a scheduled weekend visit.
Now Mann and his mother have been reunited, according to police.
Later today, Oct. 29, at 1 p.m. in the Media Gallery of Toronto Police Headquarters, Chief of Police Mark Saunders will be joined by members of the Organized Crime Enforcement - Fugitive Squad and Amanda Pick, CEO of the Missing Children Society of Canada to speak about an arrest made following the abduction.
According to police, Mann's mother will also be speaking to the media.
The news conference will be available on the TOC and live-streamed.
Photo courtesy of Missing Children Society of Canada.
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