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North Carolina / Kidnapping / Shook Interview #777970

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jan 22, 2005
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(Studio & Boone, North Carolina: Randi Kaye) The manhunt for James Canter†† & Alishia Chambers††, who are accused of kidnapping their children at gunpoint from a foster home in Boone, North Carolina, featured; photos shown of the children; details given about the use of the AMBER alert; scene shown of the children being rescued in Virginia and of Canter in custody. [Watauga County Sheriff Mark SHOOK††- shows a photo of a woman traveling with the couple.] Live telephone interview held with Shook about the search & rescue operation. [From Boone, voice of SHOOK – updates the status of the children; comments on how Canter & Chambers found the foster home; talks about the problem of children living in homes with meth labs.]

Kaye, Randi

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