AN Amber Alert was issued after two-year-old Noah Trout was abducted from a Virginia church on Sunday, May 2.
Deputies said the toddler was abducted at noon from the nursery at Riverview Baptist Church in Ripplemead, Virginia.
Who is Noah Trout and when did he go missing?
Trout was reportedly taken by an unidentified female, described as possibly wearing a blue jacket, blue jeans, black tennis shoes and a black beanie.
"The female left with Noah in a dark-colored van or SUV," deputies with the Giles County Sheriff's Office said, adding they believe the vehicle may be heading for West Virginia.
Deputies also released a photo of Noah being led from the church by the suspected woman.
At the time of his abduction, authorities described the two-year-old as being 2 foot 9 inches tall, weighing 33 pounds, with blond hair, blue eyes and a red birthmark on the back of his neck.
The FBI joined the search in the effort to located the boy.
Has he been found?
On Monday, May 3, authorities announced that Trout was found safe in Clifton Forge.
Authorities said the toddler was in the hands of FBI Agents and VSP Tactical Team members in Alleghany country.
The sheriff's office will be holding another press conference at 4:30pm on May 3 to release additional details of this incident.
The Giles County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for help in the case of Trout's abduction.
"Tip Line for Noah Trout Abduction Case: 540-696-6013 You may remain anonymous," the sheriff's office posted on their Facebook page.
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