Video released Monday shows what authorities said was a man walking down a Northern California street with a baby carrier after allegedly having kidnapped a 3-month-old boy from his family's apartment.
The man is alleged to have entered the home just north of downtown San Jose shortly after 1 p.m. and left with Brandon Cuellar, a San Jose police spokesman, Sgt. Christian Camarillo, told reporters.
The boy's grandmother was watching the infant while his mother was at work, Camarillo said. The grandmother had returned home from a trip to the grocery store with Brandon and taken him into the apartment, Camarillo said.
She left the boy for about two minutes to get groceries from the car, Camarillo said.
"In that short amount of time, someone entered the apartment" and left with the child, Camarillo said.
"Today, someone is walking around with a 3-month-old baby they did not have yesterday," he added.
** Kidnapping Incident**
Officers are currently working this incident. The male you see in these images captured from a surveillance camera entered a residence in the 1000 block of Elm St.
He left with a 3 month old baby. The family does not recognize this suspect. pic.twitter.com/BJ0R44JOP2
— San José Police Media Relations (@SJPD_PIO) April 26, 2022
The boy's family didn’t recognize the man, who was captured on a security camera carrying what authorities described as a baby carrier with a white blanket over it.
Camarillo said it wasn't clear whether the man brought the carrier or whether it belonged to the family.
Brandon was wearing a white long-sleeve onesie with dinosaurs on it, the police department said.
Camarillo said members of an FBI child abduction team are assisting in the search for the boy.
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