2-Year-Old Reported Missing From Bridgeport Found Safe in Bronx

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A 2-year-old child reported missing from Bridgeport was found safe in Bronx, New York, according to police.

Police issued a Silver Alert for Winter Nation Thursday and said the child hadn't been seen since April 27.

Police said the little boy’s last known location was with his father, George Nation, in The Bronx.

NYPD located him Thursday afternoon and he was safe and in good health, according to Bridgeport police.

Criteria for a Silver Alert:

According to Connecticut state police, the criteria for a Silver Alert include:

  • Person is under 18
  • Person is 65 or older
  • Person is 18 or older and has a mental impairment

Criteria for an Amber Alert:

According to Connecticut state police, the criteria for an Amber Alert include:

  • The child is under 18, unless there are special circumstances such as a proven mental or physical disability.
  • Law enforcement must believe the circumstances surrounding the abduction indicate that the child is in danger of serious bodily harm or death.
  • There must be enough descriptive information to believe a broadcast will help.
  • The information must be received in a timely manner.
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