Amber Alert issued after abduction of child, mother in Indiana

HAMMOND, IN (WISH) – The Hammond, Indiana Police Department has declared an Amber Alert for the abduction of a child and mother.

According to police, two-month-old Raphael Bevineau and his mother 20-year-old Yolanda Walker, were last seen at 7 p.m. in Hammond, Indiana.

Bevineau is described as:

  • One feet, eight inches tall
  • Brown wavy hair
  • Green eyes
  • Dimple in his chin
  • Child’s clothes is unknown

Walker is described as:

  • Five feet, four inches tall
  • Brown hair
  • Hazel eyes
  • Last seen wearing a white t-shirt and Grinch pajama pants
  • Has birthmark under one eye
    Ralph Bevineau (Provided Photo/Indiana State Police)
    Ralph Bevineau (Provided Photo/Indiana State Police)

Police said the two are believed to be in extreme danger.

The Hammond Police Department said they believe the child and mother were taken by the child’s non-custodial father Ralph Bevineau.

The suspect vehicle is a gold Chevy, Trailblazer or similar type of SUV.

If you have any information, you are asked to contact the Hammond Police Department at 1-888-58AMBER (582-6237) or 911.

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