Police are looking for Arieanna Day, three months old, who disappeared from her bed in Roanoke, Virginia, around 11:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
Virginia police began a search for a three-month-old girl whose family says she was abducted from her bed in the middle of the night.
Arieanna Day's mother told the police that she had put her baby to bed around 10 p.m. M. On Tuesday, and when he returned an hour later, the infant was gone.
The Roanoke police, which responded to reports of the alleged abduction, said there were no signs of forced entry or that the child was forcibly abducted. The residence was not closed at that time.
At a police conference on Wednesday, Chief Tim Jones said: This circumstance is unusual.
& # 39; Someone knows what happened to this child. I am very concerned about the life of the child. "
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The baby's grandmother, Sophia Bryant, told a local newscast: "We suspect who took the baby, but we really do not know." She added: I want justice. I want you to find the baby & # 39;
Arieanna's mother says that she put her baby to bed around 10 o'clock at night, and that when she came back an hour later, the baby was gone. There were no signs of forced entry into the home (above)
Jones said Arieanna's father arrived at the house shortly after the abduction was reported and said he did not have it.
Another five children were in the house at the time of Arieanna's disappearance, but the baby was the only one kidnapped.
Neighbors told police they saw a suspicious black vehicle in the house at the same time as the alleged kidnapping.
The grandmother of the baby, Sophia Bryant, told the local media WFXR: "I want justice." I want you to find the baby.
She added: This is very painful for me, because I do not know if she is living. I do not know where she is.
"We suspect who could have taken the baby, but we really do not know."
Arieanna was last seen wearing a pink jumpsuit and pink pantyhose, according to police spokeswoman Caitlyn Cline.
The family has been cooperating with the authorities in the search.
An Amber Alert has not been issued after Arieanna's disappearance because the police do not have a description of a suspect or suspicious vehicle.
The police have urged anyone with information to call 911 or 853-5959.
Tippers can also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 800-THE-LOST (800-843-5678), referring to case number 1338465.
Arieanna was last seen wearing a pink jumpsuit and pink socks. The family has been cooperating with the police in the search
Chief Tim Jones told reporters Wednesday: "This circumstance is unusual. Someone knows what happened to this child. I am very concerned about the life of the child & # 39;