3 yr old girl kidnapped from Alabama birthday party

3 yr old girl kidnapped from Alabama birthday party

3 yr old girl kidnapped from Alabama birthday party

The two persons were taken into custody Sunday night at Woodside Condominiums in Center Point after police were tipped off to their location. Police released the photos below of the vehicle. A man and his girlfriend were arrested after neighbors who recognized the photos called police.

After the family desperately tried searching for her on the Saturday night, police had a man in custody on Sunday, but the girl remains missing. "I'd do anything to have my baby back". "I just want my baby back at the end of the day like anybody else would".

McKinney said he got a call around 8:50 p.m. on Saturday, telling him his young daughter had been abducted. He also said it's important for witnesses to give the best descriptions they can.

The child is described as "black female, 3 years of age, 3 feet tall weighing 60 pounds (27kgs) with brown eyes and black hair".

Birmingham police say the Sequoia believed to be connected with the kidnapping was towed from the apartment complex. "We've had cases that have been broken by people that didn't think they saw anything until they came forward and told us what they knew".

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Kamille, nicknamed "Cupcake", was kidnapped Saturday at 8:30 p.m.in the Tom Brown Village community.

Kamille was last seen wearing a pink t-shirt with leopard print design and leopard print shorts with no shoes.

"I'm from Birmingham, but I'm out here.I mean it's sad, but I just hope they find that little girl and bring her home alive", Monica Richardson said.

Shortly after the 3-year-old disappeared, Birmingham police released images and a description of a Toyota Sequoia that was seen in the area.

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