Update: Oklahoma City police find missing 4-day-old baby

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Update (4:11 p.m.) – This just in from Oklahoma City police:

“Regarding the missing 4-day-old child, the mother and the child have been located alive and well at a residence in the 3300 block of N. Laird.  The child will remain in DHS custody, and the mother is being interviewed by detectives at this time.”

OKLAHOMA CITY – A search is underway for a missing 4-day-old baby, according to the Oklahoma City Police Department.

Police said DHS placed the newborn with a family member due to concerns over the mother’s ability to care for the child.

The mother, 25-year-old Laysha Webb, allegedly took the baby around midnight Wednesday from the family member’s home near NE 8th and Stonewall.

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Police said Webb left on foot and the two have yet to be located.

Anyone with information regarding their whereabouts should immediately call 911.

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