SFPD looking for missing one-year-old and mother who allegedly abducted him Friday night
San Francisco police have reportedly launched a search for Chelsea Tamulewicz, a 38-year-old woman suspected of kidnapping her one-year-old son Caspian from an apartment building on Friday night.
(1/2) Kaspian Tamulevich was taken away from the boarding school by his mother Chelsi Tamulevich, who does not have the right to custody of Caspian and does not have the right to leave the boarding school with a child. pic.twitter.com/l38qJ4cn7t
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Authorities have made a public appeal for help in finding the missing child and his mother, who apparently has no custody of the boy and no right to leave the institution with him, Khronika reports. The facility was located on the 200 block of Ashbury Street in the Panhandle.
Tamulevich is described as being 5ft 6in, weighing 130lbs, blond hair, brown eyes, and was last seen wearing an all-white outfit, according to ABC7. Meanwhile, the child, Caspian, has brown hair and brown eyes, but his clothing is unknown. Caspian was last seen around 5:30 pm on Friday night, and police were reported to have arrived on the scene around 7:00 pm.
The San Francisco Police Department is urging anyone who finds Tamulevich or Caspian to call 911 immediately and report their current whereabouts.
The department also encourages anyone with information on their possible whereabouts to contact the SFPD hotline at 1-415-575-4444 or text TIP411, starting with the SFPD.
Image courtesy of SFPD.
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