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Maryk brought back to Winnipeg to face charges in kids' abduction

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The man accused of abducting his children four years ago and fleeing to Mexico is back in Winnipeg.

Winnipeg police said Kevin Maryk arrived in the city Thursday, escorted by officers from the WPS missing persons unit.

Maryk has been formally charged with two counts of abduction and two counts of conspiracy to commit abduction.

The Maryk children, Abby and Dominic, disappeared while on a vacation with their father in August 2008.

They were found safe in late May at a home in the suburb of Guadalajara, Mexico.

Police began extradition procedures against Maryk following his arrest.

Kevin Maryk and the children’s mother, Emily Cablek, were involved in a custody dispute before their disappearance.

Several other people have also been charged for playing a role in the children’s abduction.

There is an outstanding arrest warrant for Maryk’s nephew, Cody McKay.

McKay’s parents, Darlene and Bradley McKay, have been charged for their alleged involvement in the abductions.

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Updated on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 9:16 AM CDT: corrects typo in headline

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