Colorado Amber Alert: Missing 18-Month-Old Leo Taylor Possibly With Father Who Allegedly Threatened His Safety

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An Amber Alert was issued for a missing Colorado boy believed to be with his father, who is considered armed and dangerous. Aurora Police Department

UPDATE: 10:33 a.m. EST–The Amber Alert for Leo Taylor was canceled. The Northglenn Police Department posted on Twitter that the 18-month-old was found unharmed. The boy's father, Alejandro Taylor, was taken into custody.

Original story:

Police requested the public's help in locating an 18-month-old boy who's been deemed missing from Northglenn, Colorado.

An Amber Alert was issued on Monday for Leo Taylor, who went missing on Sunday, according to the Aurora Police Department. The 18-month-old was described as being a white male with brown hair and brown eyes. Taylor stands at two feet tall and weighs 35 pounds.

#AmberAlert #MISSING ENDANGERED*Leo TAYLOR, 18 months, w/m, 2’0” 35 lbs, bro/bro
SUSPECT: Alejandro TAYLOR, 32, white/Hispanic-male, 5’11”, 155 lbs, brown/black eyes.
VEHICLE: 2014 Purple Chevy Spark, CO plate: 126YIX, GB Packers sticker.
Missing 12/16 Per @NorthglennPDPIO

— Aurora Police Dept 🇺🇸 (@AuroraPD) December 17, 2018

The suspect is Alejandro Taylor, 32, who was described by police as a white or Hispanic male with brown or black eyes. He is five feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 155 pounds.

Police said they are searching for a 2014 Purple Chevy Spark with the Colorado plate, 126YIX and a Green Bay Packers sticker.

The Northglenn Police Department was dispatched to a home on Claude Court on Sunday around 11:40 p.m. MST after an endangered child was reported. A woman told them that the boy was possibly with his father, who had allegedly called her and threatened to harm the boy.

Police officers were told that Alejandro, identified as the boy's father, owns multiple firearms and officers described him as being considered "armed and dangerous."

If anyone spots the vehicle, the Northglenn Police Department advised them not to approach the subject but instead call either 911 or the police department at (303) 450-8892.