Miami police searching for missing baby after three women found dead

An amber alert has been issued to find the newborn, believed to be with his father

Oliver O'Connell
New York
Wednesday 29 January 2020 19:19
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Amber Alert issued for missing child after three women found dead

Police are searching for a missing baby after three women were found dead on Tuesday in a South Florida home.

Investigators believe the newborn boy, called Andrew, is with his father. Police have named him on Twitter as Ernesto Caballeiro, 49.

Miami-Dade police spokesman Chris Thomas said that they weren’t immediately calling the man a suspect in the slayings.

A search is under way in a southwestern Miami-Dade County neighbourhood.

An amber alert has been issued with authorities asking people to look out for a 2001 White Chevy Express, with Florida licence plate HETY13.

The vehicle also has a decal on the side that reads: Nesty School Services.

Officials have not yet released the names of the victims.

A family member discovered the three women dead inside from apparent gunshot wounds.

It is also not yet known how the were related to the one-week-old child.

The incident began when officers were called to a home in the 21900 block of Southwest 187th Avenue at 4.30pm on Tuesday.

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