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Isabella Reyes (credit: McKinney Police Department)

Isabella Reyes (credit: McKinney Police Department)


Updated 7:14 p.m.
– McKinney Police have discontinued the Amber Alert.  Isabella has been located and is safe in police custody.  She was found in Laredo, near the U.S./Mexico border.

MCKINNEY (CBSDFW.COM) - McKinney Police have issued an Amber Alert for 10-month-old Isabella Reyes.

Police suspect the infant was taken by her mother, 24-year-old Sandi Alcocer.  Child Protective Services says the child may be in danger, as custody was recently awarded to another family member.

Sandy Alcocer, suspected of kidnapping 9-month old Isabella Reyes.  (credit: Collin County Sheriff's Office)

Sandi Alcocer, suspected of kidnapping 9-month old Isabella Reyes. (credit: Collin County Sheriff’s Department)

The baby is described as 17 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.  Alcocer is 5 feet tall and weighs 130 lbs.

Alcocer is believed to be with an unknown Hispanic male and driving a 2003 white Dodge Dakota and pulling a black flat bed trailer with a blue cover.  They left the McKinney area between 9-11 Tuesday morning and may be headed to Mexico.

Sandi Alcocer (credit: McKinney Police)

Sandi Alcocer (credit: McKinney Police)

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