RASHAD AND HIS FAMILY:
They have a meeting with his girlfriend's family. Lets all say a prayer for these two families. Lets pray that they come together and work this out.
The Birthmother and her twins.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Two missing twins reportedly kidnapped by their biological mother have been found safe in Canada.
Allison Quets allegedly kidnapped the 17-month-old twins, Tyler and Holly Needham, from their adoptive parents in Raleigh North Carolina, WESH 2 News reported.
She was found with the twins in Ottawa Friday night after police said they had received a tip.
Investigators said Quets picked up Tyler and Holly Needham on Christmas Eve for a monthly visit and didn't bring them back to their adoptive parents in North Carolina.
Although many of her neighbors believed Quets would never harm the children, the FBI was still concerned for the safety of the children.
"Allison's a very smart person, and she's a very kind person. I really don't think she'd put the children in any sort of danger," one neighbor said.
The neighbor said Quets immediately regretted putting the twins up for adoption and was fighting to get them back. After getting pregnant through in-vitro fertilization, friends said Quets had a rough pregnancy.
They said she was so weak, she was worried she couldn't care for the twins. Her friends said she was suffering from post-partum depression when she decided to give up her children.
"I think that existed, and I think it could have altered some of her decision making," her neighbor said.
Quets sister, Gail, agrees.
"She was absolutely pressured into giving them up for adoption. She has been fighting since day 1. She has spent over $400,000, all of her life savings, on this legal process," Gail Quets said.