Michigan newborn twins found safe hours after hospital kidnapping by hooded women
Two newborn twin brothers have been found safe after being kidnapped from a hospital in Michigan by two hooded women.
The Livonia Police Department issued an Amber Alert on Monday morning for the two missing children who were snatched from a hospital in Livonia.
A few hours later Michigan State Police cancelled the Amber Alert saying the youngsters had been found.
“The children have been recovered safely and Livonia Police will be issuing more information shortly,” the MSP said in the announcement.
The African-American twins – Montana Alexander Bridges and Matthew Jace Bridges – are just 14 days old and are believed to be dressed only in diapers.
Chilling surveillance footage captured the two kidnapping suspects – described as unidentified African-American females – with their faces hidden by hoods.
One woman was dressed in a grey hoody, dark pants and white or cream croc-style shoes.
The second woman was wearing a dark hoody, shorts and shoes. Their identities are currently unknown.
The suspects are believed to be travelling in a black Jeep Cherokee with chrome trim around the passenger windows.
They were last seen near the Quality Inn on Plymouth Road between Merriman and Middlebelt in Livonia, police said.
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