Child Rescue Alert stood down as girl (2) located safe and well
Two adults, a man and a woman aged in their 30s, have been arrested.
The Child Rescue Ireland Alert (CRI) has now been stood down after Aoife Haynes Murphy has been located safe and well in the Dublin area.
Two adults, a man and a woman aged in their 30s, have been arrested for an offence contrary to Section 15 Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person Act 1997.
They are currently detained at a Garda Station in Dublin.An Garda Síochána initiated the alert after the two-year-old girl was taken from a health centre in Mayo on Tuesday morning, 12 October.
At approximately 10.10am on Tuesday, Aoife Haynes Murphy was taken from Swinford Health Centre.
Aoife was understood to be travelling with her parents – 33-year-old Paul Murphy and 34-year-old Kimberley Haynes – in a black Kia Sportage car with the registration number KE21ENH.
An Garda Síochána is not providing any further information.