3-thirty day period-old little one kidnapped from San Jose dwelling, FBI helping police in lookup

The FBI is aiding San Jose police in the search for a 3-month-outdated toddler Monday following the kid was kidnapped from his family’s house, officials stated.

Authorities were inquiring for the public’s aid in acquiring the newborn and figuring out the suspect, who San Jose police reported the child’s household did not acknowledge. Law enforcement have been featuring a income reward for information and facts top to the recovery of the little one.

The man walked into a dwelling in the 1000 block of Elm Road all over 1 p.m. Monday and left holding a infant provider with the infant inside, San Jose police stated on Twitter. The Law enforcement Division posted a photograph of the baby and photographs and a video clip of the person holding the toddler provider as he walked by means of a residential community.

The infant’s grandmother was unloading groceries inside the residence for “a couple of minutes at most” when the person walked in, took the newborn from a bedroom and walked out, San Jose police Sgt. Christian Camarillo, a office spokesperson, explained in a news conference. The boy’s mom was at function and the boy’s father is incarcerated, he explained.

“Today an individual is going for walks all-around with a 3-thirty day period-outdated baby that they did not have yesterday,” Camarillo stated. “We require the public’s enable we want to locate this infant. Naturally, a incredibly devastating time proper now for the household.”

The toddler was discovered as Brandon Cuellar. He was last viewed putting on a white extended-sleeve onesie with dinosaurs on it. The carrier is black and had a white blanket draped over it, police claimed.

The male was described as putting on black trousers, a dim blue shirt, gray sneakers, a black face mask and a grey baseball hat. Police stated he has limited hair.

An Amber Alert had not been issued for the reason that police did not have any automobile info for the suspect, officials said. Officers were on the lookout for witnesses and extra surveillance digicam footage.

Everyone with info on the locale of the little one or the man who took him was requested to get in touch with San Jose police detectives at 408-277-4166. Officers ended up standing by to solution calls to five hotline numbers: 408-537-1142, 408-537-1916, 408-537-1282, 408-537-1522 and 408-537-9066. Anyone who sees the little one was urged to connect with 911.

Andy Picon (he/him) is a San Francisco Chronicle workers writer. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @andpicon