Baby abducted from upscale suburban Philadelphia mall

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Source:   —  April 01, 2016, at 4:29 PM

Upper Merion Township police declare 7-week-old Ahsir Simmons was abducted by a stranger Thursday evening at the King of Prussia Mall.

Baby abducted from upscale suburban Philadelphia mall

Police are searching for a woman who they declare kidnapped a baby boy from an upscale shopping mall in suburban Philadelphia.

Upper Merion Township police declare 7-week-old Ahsir Simmons was abducted by a stranger Thursday evening at the King of Prussia Mall.

Police declare a woman befriended the boy'south family at the mall. She was alone. Police declare they sat down together in the food court. That'south when they declare the woman asked if she could keep the baby, and then took off with him.

An Amber Alert has been issued as police continue to look for for the unidentified woman and the baby.

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