Dad and Infant Found Safe

Father, infant son were reported missing Wednesday

By Elliott Beazley
|  Friday, Oct 8, 2010  |  Updated 6:09 PM CDT
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A father and infant son who were reported missing in Schaumburg Wednesday were found safe Friday morning.

A father and infant son who were reported missing in Schaumburg Wednesday were found safe Friday morning.

A father and infant son who were reported missing in Schaumburg Wednesday were found safe Friday morning. Their vehicle was spotted by a passerby as it was exiting Interstate 55 in Bolingbrook.

Christopher Miller, 29, had been heading out of state with his 3 1/2-month-old son, Jackson, police sources said.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Miller's wife called Schaumburg police to report the two missing:

Pellettiere, Miller’s wife, called Schaumburg police about 5 p.m. Wednesday to report that her husband had picked Jackson up from day care but then missed a doctor’s appointment and wasn’t at home when she returned that evening. She said that more diapers and breast milk than was needed for an afternoon trip were missing.

Police never suspected Jackson was in danger, and never issued an Amber Alert for him. The couple is not going through a divorce or custody dispute, nor did they have any apparent domestic troubles,  Sgt. John Nebl said Thursday, according to the Tribune.

Authorities continue to question the man to determine why he took the boy.

 


 

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