Missing KC infant reunited with mom; police say dad not found

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Police say an Amber Alert for Amilyah M. Foreman was canceled early Tuesday morning after the infant girl was found safe in Kansas City, Kan., and reunited with her mom.

The infant girl born in March had last been seen on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. Police say dad Robert B. Foreman Jr., 33, took her and made threats to harm both the girl and her mother, and issued the alert on Monday night.


While the girl was found, police say that Robert Foreman was not and is free from custody. He's 5'9" and 160 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. His hair is in two braids, he has neck tattoos, and is known to commonly wear a black zip up hoodie like jacket, a black baseball hat or beanie, acid wash jeans or khaki pants, and tan boots. Police considered him armed and dangerous.

He may be driving a 2002 purple GMC Yukon Denali with chrome rims and unknown Kansas tags. He may also be driving an older-2000's silver Ford Taurus with unknown Missouri tags.


FOX 4 spoke to Foreman's uncle.  He says the couple and the baby had been staying with him at 23rd and Mersington.

If you see Robert Foreman, call the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS. FOX 4 will continue to follow this story. Tune to the FOX 4 Morning News or refresh this page for the latest.

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