Oregon man arrested for child luring, as missing girl reunites with family

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A 13-year-old girl from Edmonton who went missing more than a week ago is back with her family, following an exhaustive international search.

The girl disappeared after leaving her home for school, and was only found on Saturday.

A 41-year-old Oregon man is now in custody and facing charges of child luring in connection with her disappearance.

Global’s Morgan Black with the latest.

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