Amber Alert Issued for Baby and Teenager

Amber Alert Issued for Baby and Teenager

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -

Alabama authorities are looking for a missing infant and a teen-aged girl who may be linked to his alleged abduction.

The Department of Public Safety issued an Amber Alert Tuesday for 2-month-old De'Anthony Dejuan Kelly and 14-year-old Dor'Sayde Gathright.

Officials say Gathright walked off with the child while he was being cared for by Gathright's mother, who is the child's godmother.

The teen girl and another female were seen getting into a 2010 silver Dodge Charger with a man. The baby was last seen around 1 a.m. Monday at a home in Birmingham.

Alabama authorities believe the vehicle may be headed to Mississippi. They don't have a license plate number for the Dodge Charger.

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