Amber Alert for missing 3-month-old baby ‘abducted by biological parents’ from grandparent’s home

Amber Alert for missing 3-month-old baby ‘abducted by biological parents’ from grandparent’s home

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AN amber alert was issued last night for a three-month-old baby who is thought to have been abducted by her biological parents.

Khaliyah Alvarez Caro was reportedly abducted by her biological parents in South Salt Lake, Utah at around 8pm yesterday.

Khaliyah Alvarez Caro was last seen wearing a nappy and a Mickey Mouse t-shirt
South Salt Lake Police Department

Police have identified the toddler’s parents as Gabriel Brandon Caro, 19 and Jasmine Angelica Alvarez, 21.

Both have a history of drug abuse, domestic violence and are homeless, according to the cops.

The baby was under the guardianship of her grandparents.

South Salt Lake Police Executive Officer Gary Keller said the couple went into the grandparent’s apartment through a basement window and “grabbed” the toddler.

Only the granddad was home at the time and the pair are said to have driven away in a grey four-door car which could have been a Toyota or a Chevy Malibu.

Khaliyah has black hair and brown eyes and was said to be wearing a Mickey Mouse t-shirt and a nappy when she went missing.

 

 

 

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