UPDATE: Missouri newborn found safe; AMBER Alert canceled

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UPDATE: The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the newborn baby at the center of an AMBER Alert has been found safe Tuesday. The alert has been canceled. No further details were provided.

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LEBANON, Mo. — The Missouri Highway Patrol issued an AMBER Alert for a white baby girl believed to have been born on Tuesday morning. Information is very limited, but includes the following:

The highway patrol is looking for a 45-year-old man named Mike, who is white and has a light grey beard, and another white male identified as 34-year-old Steven Joseph Bohlinger who is believed to be in a blue Jeep Wrangler with a soft top. No tags or further description is immediately available.

Steven Joseph Bohlinger

The incident was reported at about 2:20 p.m in the area of Missouri Route 32 and Route U in Lebanon.

A highway patrol bulletin says they were reportedly taking the newborn infant to a Laclede area hospital for post-natal care, but never arrived. The hospital isn’t specified by name.

If you have information that will help, call 911, the Laclede County Sheriff’s Office at (417) 532-2311 or the Lebanon Police Department at (417) 532-3131.



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