AMBER Alert Canceled In Infant Abduction Out Of Salt Lake
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – An AMBER Alert initiated out of Davis County for an infant reportedly taken from a location in Salt Lake City has been canceled.
— Utah Public Safety (@UtahDPS) January 7, 2021
Officials with the Davis County Sheriff’s Office issued the alert Wednesday, saying the suspect, Maria Anne Torres, was driving a red 2004 Volvo S80 with license plate F55 1PE.
Deputies said Torres was located Wednesday night in Salt Lake County and the infant, who was identified as “Baby” Torres, was safe.
AMBER ALERT CANCELED for Baby Boy Torres—he was found in Salt Lake County this evening.
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— Davis County Sheriff's Office (@DavisSheriffUT) January 7, 2021
No arrests had been made as of 9:15 p.m. Wednesday, but deputies said Torres would be booked into the Davis County Jail on charges that had yet to be determined.
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