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March 3, 2021
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Baby boy abducted in Salt Lake City found safe; Amber Alert canceled

SALT LAKE CITY — An Amber Alert which was issued Wednesday afternoon for an infant boy who was abducted in Salt Lake City was canceled Wednesday night, according to a tweet from the Department of Public Safety.

Davis County Sheriff’s Office said in a tweet that the baby boy had been found safe in Salt Lake County.

The infant, identified by police only as Baby Torres, was abducted from Salt Lake City, according to a news release from Utah authorities. Baby Torres was born on Dec. 20.

The Davis County Sheriff’s Office identified Maria Ann Torres, 36, in connection with the abduction.

Editor’s note: A previous version of this story said the infant was from Davis County. It is not clear where the infant is from.

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