UPDATE: Missing Baby from Magee-Womens Hospital FOUND
The boy was found safe in downtown Pittsburgh.
UPDATE: The boy has been found.
Law enforcement authorities around western Pennsylvania are searching for a 3-day-old boy who was abducted on Thursday from Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC in Pittsburgh's Oakland area, according to Pittsburgh police and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
A woman took the 3-day-old black infant from Magee at about 2:30 p.m., according to an Amber Alert notice.
Investigators said that the young woman who took the baby is black, weighs about 180 pounds, wore her hair in a ponytail and was dressed in medical scrubs, according to the Amber Alert. The woman is not believed to be a UPMC employee, according to a statement released by hospital officials.
In the statement, officials confirmed the abduction of the baby boy from the hospital while his family was preparing to take him home.
Hospital officials have implemented lockdown and other security procedures and are working with investigators, according to the statement.
The baby's name is Bryce Coleman, the Post-Gazette reports, and he was wearing a a white shirt and diaper when he was taken.
The woman is believed to be a stranger to the baby's family.
Anyone with information about the baby's whereabouts is asked to immediately call 911 or notify local police.
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