Missing infant boy found alive after woman suspected of kidnapping twins in Ohio arrested

An infant boy lacking for 3 days was found alive in Indianapolis Thursday, authorities introduced, hours after police arrested a woman accused of stealing a automobile in Columbus, Ohio with the boy and his twin brother inside. 

Authorities found 5-month-old Kason Thomass close to a Papa John’s pizza retailer in Indianapolis carrying the identical garments he was in when he was kidnapped Monday, Columbus Division of Police said, including that he was “safe” and in “good health.” He was taken to a hospital for a medical analysis. 

Nalah Jackson, the woman suspected of committing the kidnapping, was arrested earlier Thursday in Indianapolis, however Thomass was not along with her when she was taken into custody, police mentioned.    

The twin boys had been in the backseat of their mom’s 2010 Honda Accord when it was stolen Monday night outdoors a Columbus pizza store, Columbus police Chief Elaine Bryant said, prompting an Amber Alert. In the early morning hours Tuesday, Kason’s brother Kyair was found deserted close to Dayton International Airport, which is situated about 70 miles west of Columbus. 

Investigators haven’t launched any info on a attainable motive behind the incident. 

“We are grateful to the public for their help throughout this investigation, and for the tireless work of our officers and our many partner agencies,” Columbus police mentioned in a press release. “They never stopped, never gave up hope, and would not rest until Kason was found. We are beyond thankful for their relentless dedication.”  

Missing infant boy found alive after woman suspected of kidnapping twins in Ohio arrested
Surveillance footage of a woman believed to be Nalah Jackson. 

Columbus Division of Police

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