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Police: Abduction of mother, 1-year-old son to be classified as unfounded

Dyland Rosa Dyland Rosa
Diana Berrios-Pimentel Diana Berrios-Pimentel

Police say an alleged abduction of a 1-year-old boy and his mother will be classified as unfounded.

According to St. Louis news station KMOV, police are calling the text messages a "ruse" by the mother to leave town without family intervention.

Police say the abduction will be classified as unfounded.

KMOV also reports that two suspects were arrested after police found the suspect car, but police believe charges are not likely to be filed.

According to news station WSMV out of Nashville, Tenn., the mother and son were found at a Nashville-area truck stop on Old Hickory Boulevard just after 7 p.m.

According to WSMV, police in Nashville say after questioning everyone involved, they determined the woman wanted to be with the two men and the child was not in danger. They say St. Louis police were aware and gave them clearance to let them all go.

The St. Louis County Police Department had issued an Amber Alert earlier on Thursday.

According to the St. Louis County Police Department, the child abduction allegedly occurred at 10029 Cloverdale Drive at 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 5

Police were looking for Dyland Rosa, a 1-year-old Hispanic male, and his mother Diana Berrios-Pimentel, a 23-year-old Hispanic female.

The suspect vehicle was described as a tan or gold unknown year Honda Accord, with Georgia registration.

The suspects were described as two unknown Hispanic males, one wearing a white fishing hat.

Dyland Rosa, 1, is described as a Hispanic male with brown hair and brown eyes, wearing unknown clothing.

Diana Berrios-Pimentel, 23, is described as a Hispanic female, 5' 1", 85 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes, and wearing unknown clothing.

According to the police department, a domestic situation apparently happened in the last month in Texas, where Diana and Dyland lived with Diana's boyfriend.

They say the domestic situation caused Diana and Dyland to move to St. Louis where they were staying with her cousin on Cloverdale.

At around 12 p.m. on Thursday, police say the cousin, while at work, received a text message from Diana saying that two Hispanic men in an unknown vehicle were continuously circling the area near Cloverdale.

A short time later, police say the cousin received another text message from Diana's phone saying that Diana and the child were safe, however they would not be released until certain demands were met.

Police say at the time, they did not know what the demands were. 

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