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Amber Alert Canceled out of Tacoma for Missing Infant

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UPDATE: TACOMA, WA -  Tacoma police say a teenage mother and her 6-month-old baby boy have been found safe in Seattle after officers say the teen fled foster care with the child when she heard they were going to be separated.

Police spokeswoman Loretta Cool says the 15-year-old ran away with the infant at mid-day Wednesday.

Cool says tips helped Seattle police locate the two at the girl's boyfriend's house in Seattle on Wednesday night. The spokeswoman says police were concerned that the teen did not have the means to care for the baby.

They were to be returned to Tacoma and the care of Child Protective Services.

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Tacoma Police have issued an Amber Alert for a missing baby boy believed to be taken by his 15 year old mother. Police say Keymani Kerby ran away from foster care Wednesday morning with her 6 month old baby, Silence Kirby. Police say the teen does not have a way to care for the baby and believe the two could be in danger. 

Keymani Kirby is about 5' 4" and about 135 pounds, last seen wearing a navy jacket, white T-shirt and blue jeans. 

Anyone with information is asked to call police.



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