CADDO PARISH, LA (KSLA) -
KSLA has confirmed that the BOLO issued earlier in the week for an eight-month-old infant has been cancelled. The couple and the child were located in Mississippi.
Louisiana law enforcement agencies have issued a Be On the Look Out bulletin fortwo suspects traveling west on Interstate 20with an eight-month-old baby thats reportedly been abducted.
So far KSLA News 12 has contacted Louisiana State Police and Caddo Parish Sheriffs deputies.
Caddo Sheriffs were able to confirmthat the infant was taken from its grandparents home in Dodge County, Georgia.
Louisiana State Policeidentify that infant aseight-month-old Matthew Maskill Johnson. He was reportedly last seen wearing a blue and white striped infant jumper.
State Police also confirmed that the child is traveling with a male and a female.
The suspected driver, according to State Police, is identified as Johnny D. Johnson of Georgia.
Hes described as a white male, 64 tall, 123 lbs., hazel eyes, brown hair. Hes wanted out of Georgia for questioning in an unrelated child molestation and kidnapping case, according to State Police.
The childs non-custodial mother is also reportedly traveling with the suspect.
State Police identify her as 19-year-old Taylor Nicole Maskill. Shes described as a white female, 51 tall, 150 lbs. green eyes and red hair.
The trio was reportedly last seen in Lincoln, Alabama around 4 pm Thursday traveling in a Silver 2002 Isuzu Rodeo with two possible Texas plates, CY8B849 or CH5P601.
Both suspects have warrants, according to authorities. If you see these suspects or this vehicle, authorities advise calling your local law enforcement agency immediately.
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