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Two children at center of Amber Alert believed to be at risk, man issued warrant, RCMP says

According to the RCMP, two children named in an Amber Alert issued by the RCMP in Saskatchewan on Monday are said to be with their mother and a common-law partner with a history of sex offenses. It is considered

Police are looking for her 7-year-old Luna Potts and her 8-year-old Hunter Potts, according to an Amber Alert issued at the request of the Shaunavon RCMP.

The Saskatchewan RCMP provided an update on Tuesday afternoon, stating that a warrant had been issued for Benjamin's arrest of Martin Moore. According to police, he has lived with his children and their mother, 45-year-old Leah Potts, in the East End of Sask. We hope to find him as soon as possible so we can bring him home safely," said Tyler Bates. Chief of the Saskatchewan RCMP South District at a press conference Tuesday.

Bates said the Department of Social Services had asked the Shaunavon RCMP to help investigate the allegations against Moore. Moore, Potts, and the children had left their East End home before police questioned his 50-year-old man, Bates said.

This prompted the Ministry to seek orders to arrest the children. Police then issued a  Amber Alert, Bates said.

An amber alert was issued on Monday at the request of the Shaunavon RCMP. The victims are 7-year-old Luna Potts and 8-year-old Hunter Potts. (Saskatchewan RCMP)

Alarm described Moore as he was 5 feet, 10 inches tall, 200 pounds, dark hair.

CBC News previously reported that Moore was sentenced to 26 months on charges of inappropriately touching a young child, possession of child pornography, and other charges. .

In 2011 Moore was deemed at high risk of recidivism and his release was flagged by police in Regina.

The Shaunavon RCMP He said the group may be traveling in a dark blue 2015 Chevy Equinox with Alberta license plate CGC2492.

They entered the United States and could be in South Dakota, Mr Bates said. Anyone with information about is asked to call 911 or 1- or 1-877-SOAMBER (762-6237).