Amber Alert cancelled for one-month-old boy from Hartville, Mo.; baby found safe

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HARTVILLE, Mo. -- The Wright County Sheriff's Office issued an Amber Alert for one-month-old boy Takoda Wolfe on Wednesday evening just before 6 p.m., and at about 7:10 p.m. the alert was cancelled. The sheriff's office says that the boy was found safe and both suspects were taken into custody.

The sheriff's office said the primary suspect in Takoda's abduction was Terracotta Marie Warren, 38, and the second suspect was William R. Wolfe, 48. The abduction occurred on Wednesday at 4745 Highway E in Hartville at about 11 a.m.

KY 3 reported that Warren is the child's mother and fled  when the Children's Division attempted to take the boy. Online court records show that Warren was charged on Wednesday in Wright County with a felony county of interference with custody, and a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Hartville is about 200 miles south and east of Kansas City in south-central Missouri.

William R. Wolfe Jr. (left) and Terracotta Maria Warren (Right) are sought by authorities in the disappearance of 1-month-old Takoda Wolfe.

William R. Wolfe Jr. (left) and Terracotta Maria Warren (Right) are sought by authorities in the disappearance of 1-month-old Takoda Wolfe.