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Amber Alert issued for abducted Mo. 1-year-old

Harmony J. Blue (Source: Amber Alert) Harmony J. Blue (Source: Amber Alert)

SPRINGFIELD, MO (KFVS/AP) - An Amber Alert is still in effect for an abducted 1-year-old from Springfield, Missouri.

Harmony J. Blue was abducted Saturday around 1:30 p.m. from the Save-a-Lot store at 1117 East Commercial Street in Springfield, Missouri by a white female with blond hair.

Harmony Blue, 1,  is an African-American female described as 2-feet tall and 21-pounds with black hair and brown eyes and is wearing a blue one piece sleeper.

The abductor was reportedly driving a stolen Gray 2002 Nissan Maxima with Missouri license plates YG6-K5R.

It's being reported that Harmony was in the car with another older child, when the car was stolen from the parking lot Saturday afternoon. Police say the children's father left the children and the keys in the car while he was in a store.

The older child was dropped off nearby and recovered by police, and has been reunited with his father.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this child, please call 911 or police at (417) 864-1810.

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