INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 29, 2014)– The Amber Alert for a missing 6-week-old baby boy has been cancelled at the request of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD).
“I’m thinking they should be out here searching,” said Delano’s uncle, Romel Perkins, after hearing about cancellation. “He’s out here somewhere.”
The family of Delano Wilson is offering a $10,000 reward as the search for the 6-week-old boy enters its third day. Police were conducting a grid search concentrated on woods in the area where the boy was last seen, and IMPD have set up a command unit nearby.
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INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 28, 2014) – An Indianapolis mother made an impassioned plea Thursday for the safe return of her 1-month-old son.
According to Indianapolis Metropolitan police, Delano Wilson was abducted Wednesday afternoon. His father told police he was attacked and when he came to, two people were taking his son away. The abduction triggered an Amber Alert, and police are currently looking for the boy.
The boy’s mother, Tanisha Perkins, spoke to the media for the first time Thursday morning.
“Please, just please bring my baby back. He’s just one month old. I love my child. I just gave birth to him, he is my one and only son, my first born,” Perkins said. “I just want to know why. Why would you take my baby? Why can’t you just drop them off somewhere safe so I can see him healthy again?
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