A missing Alabama infant was found safe after a more than 12 hours search in a possible kidnapping case that turned into a parking mishap.
Missing Alabama Infant Found Safe After Over 12 Hours Being Reported in Possible Kidnapping Case
A missing Alabama infant named Harlow Darby Freeman was found safe after more than 12 hours of search in a reported possible kidnapping case, which was eventually learned as a case resulting from a parking mishap of the father of the missing Alabama infant.
During the investigation, authorities claimed that they responded to an Amber Alert about the missing Alabama infant, wherein her father thought that his SUV, with the missing Alabama infant, had been stolen and immediately informed the authorities that the missing Alabama infant probably had been kidnapped.
According to People, the missing Alabama infant was later found inside the SUV across the street where her father claimed to have left the vehicle, which led to authorities believing that no kidnapping of the missing Alabama infant or car thief happened, but only a parking mishap.
Family of Missing Alabama Infant Express Happiness After She Was Found Safe Following Possible Kidnapping Case
After the missing Alabama infant was found safe, her family expressed their happiness after hours of feeling frightened that the missing Alabama infant had been kidnapped.
Following the suspected kidnapping case of the missing Alabama infant, authorities are still investigating how the SUV was found across the street, whether the father of the missing Alabama infant had parking mishaps or if someone else had driven the car across the street.