Brittany Roberts, the kid’s parent, allegedly took him regardless of not having parental rights.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Peoria police are looking for a girl who allegedly kidnapped her 18-month-old baby Friday morning.
Brittany Roberts, 30, is the kid’s non-custodial parent and presently doesn’t have parental rights because the baby is a ward of the state, police mentioned.
Roberts had a supervised go to with the kid Friday at about 10:30 a.m. close to 89th and Peoria avenues. But she ended up fleeing with the 18-month-old in an unknown white truck pushed by an unidentified girl.
Peoria police are within the midst of looking for Roberts and bringing the kid safely again into custody.
Roberts is 5’6”, 145 lbs., with brief brown hair and hazel eyes. She was final noticed sporting a dark-colored sweatshirt and dark-colored pants.
The kid’s title is Zachary Kaman-Moose. He has brown hair and blue eyes. Zachary was final seen sporting a dark-colored sweatshirt, blue sneakers, and dark-colored sweatpants.
Anyone with data can name the Peoria Police Department at (623) 773-8311 or 911 whether it is an emergency.
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