Toddler J’Asiah Deon Mitchell’ Police in Georgia are scrambling to find a two-year-old boy whose father claims he was abducted at gunpoint.
Two-year-old J’Asiah Deon Mitchell was kidnapped early on Thursday in Panthersville, according to the DeKalb Police Department. Police in Georgia are scrambling to find a two-year-old boy whose father claims he was abducted at gunpoint.
Two-year-old J’Asiah Deon Mitchell was kidnapped early on Thursday in Panthersville, according to the DeKalb Police Department, New York Post reported.
Who is J’Asiah Deon Mitchell?
J’Asiah’s mother, Asia Mitchell, told WSBTV that her son was with his father on Wednesday night when he alleges that armed thieves kidnapped the boy at gunpoint.
However, police have not confirmed this information as of now.
“A car pulled out in front of him, held him up with a gun, and took my baby because they couldn’t take anything from him,” the woman said. He and his mother were telling me the tale, his upset mother Asia Mitchell recalled.
She claims that in order to better understand the situation, officials are speaking with J’Asiah’s father. Around 11:23 p.m., a kidnapping took place in the 3300 block of Flat Shoals Road.
J’Asiah Deon Mitchell was last seen wearing Buzz Lightyear pyjamas
However, police have not released a name or description of the possible abductor by Tuesday afternoon.
Police said Mitchell’s alleged kidnapper was driving a black sedan.
The make, model and tag of the car are unknown. Mitchell was last seen wearing Buzz Lightyear pyjamas.
Mitchell also pleaded with the kidnappers to return her baby without harming him. “I’ve been up crying, worrying. I’ve been praying,” she said, adding “please just bring my baby back home to me.”
“We are still actively working through the circumstances surrounding the kidnapping,” DeKalb police told New York Post, noting that the Homicide Assault Unit is identifying possible witnesses.
The case did not meet the criteria of an Amber Alert
“Our priority is locating J’Asiah safely while we continue to investigate the matter.” The department was advised by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation that the case did not meet the criteria for an Amber Alert.
“You never ask for prayers but y’all please pray for me, pray for my baby’s safety,” Asia Mitchell wrote appealing for his boy’s return.
Many of Asia’s friends and relatives are supporting her campaign by posting updates and sharing images of J’Asiah Deon Mitchell. “Heart and emotions continue to be in disbelief. You must return home, buddy. This is a difficult concept for parents to comprehend and have patience with. I’m praying for you and your family,” one person wrote. One of Asia’s posts received a remark that read, “I’m praying so hard for him you know I love my nephew.”