GATINEAU, Que. — Quebec provincial police say a girl wished for abducting her three younger kids could possibly be in Ontario.

The Surete du Quebec says the 42-year-old girl was accused of abducting her eight-year-old son, and two daughters, aged eight and 5, within the Gatineau, Que., space in April.

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She might have gone to a ladies’s shelter in Ontario, police say.

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The lacking kids of Yanna Mavraganis, left to proper, Maximos Finley-Mavraganis, 8, Maya Finley-Mavraganis, 8, and Marina Finley-Mavraganis, 5.

The lacking kids are Maximos Finley-Mavraganis, 8, Maya Finley-Mavraganis, 8, and Marina Finley-Mavraganis, 5.

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Yanna Mavraganis could possibly be travelling in a darkish blue Toyota Matrix with the licence plate G32 JME.

She is described as 5-foot-4, with brown hair and brown eyes.

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