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Police cancel amber alert after missing baby found safe

UPDATE: ABC 17’s affiliate station in Kansas City KMBC reports police have canceled an Amber Alert for a missing infant girl.

Police had believed the infant was taken by her father who had threatened to harm her and her mother. However, KMBC reportsAmilyah Foreman has been located and is safe.

KMBC reports the one-month-old has been reunited with her mother.

It said authorities believed the infant was with her father, 36-year-old Robert Foreman Jr. KMBC reports Foreman has not been located.

ORIGINAL STORY: The Kansas City Police Department issued an amber alert late Monday night, asking for people’s help finding a 1 month-old baby. They believed Amilyah Foreman’s father, Robert Foreman, took her. Investigators claim he made threats to harm the child and her mother, and they consider him armed and dangerous.

Amilyah is about 7 pounds and 18.5 inches long, with possibly a scratch by one of her eyes. She was last seen in a yellow jumpsuit at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday. Her car seat is also grey and pink.

Robert Foreman is black, 5’9″ and 160 pounds with two thick braids. He hasneck tattoos and is commonly known to wear a black, zip-up hoodie jacket, a black baseball hat or beanie, acid wash jeans or khaki pants, and tan boots.

He could be driving a dark purple, 2002 Yukon Denali with chrome “buttercup” rims and Kansas tags, registered the mother of his child, or an older, 2000s silver Ford Taurus with unknown Missouri tags.

Officials are urging people to call 911 if you know Amilyah’s whereabouts.

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