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WATCH: Authorities announce arrest of Alleghany County woman believed to have abducted 2-year-old Giles County boy

The Giles County Sheriff’s Office is holding a second news conference on Monday afternoon to discuss in greater detail, the safe return of 2-year-old Noah Trout

GILES COUNTY, Va. – The Giles County Sheriff’s Office held a second news conference on Monday afternoon to discuss in greater detail, the safe return of 2-year-old Noah Trout.

Noah was found at a home in Clifton Forge, where authorities arrested 44-year-old Nancy Renee Fridley, of Clifton Forge.

Authorities did not take questions during the news conference.

Late Sunday morning, Noah was taken from Riverview Baptist Church on Big Stony Creek Road in Ripplemead, Virginia, in Giles County.

At about 1:45 p.m. Monday, authorities held a brief news conference to announce that he was found and that he was safe.

Below that complete news conference, which lasted less than two minutes.

Authorities are giving an update on the search for the 2-year-old boy abducted from a Giles County church nursery.

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