Police find missing baby “safe and well” in Toowoomba

UPDATE 10:40AM | A 10-MONTH-OLD baby girl who was snatched from a house on the Sunshine Coast this morning has been found.

Police confirmed the baby girl was found “safe and well” in Toowoomba a short time ago.

She was taken from her Moffat Beach home around 2.50am.


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Police issued an Amber Alert shortly after 9am as they searched for two teenage boys who were suspected of taking the child.

Police have thanked the media and the public for their assistance.

– Additional reporting by Jaydan Duck

NOTE: Photos of the two teenage boys have since been removed from this article.

UPDATE 10:10AM | POLICE are desperately searching for two teenage boys accused of snatching a 10-month-old baby girl from her home on the Sunshine Coast this morning.

An Amber Alert is current for the infant who police say was taken from her Moffat Beach home around 2.50am.

The little girl is believed to have been taken by two teen boys aged 19 and 16. (Photos of the two boys have since been removed from this article).

Police believe the boys are travelling in a green 1995 Mazda 121 with Queensland registration 045GOS and may be headed to Toowoomba.

– Additional reporting by Jaydan Duck

EARLIER: AN Amber Alert has been issued for a 10-month-old baby girl who police say was snatched from a home on the Sunshine Coast early this morning.

The baby was noticed missing from Moffat Beach at 2.50am and may be at significant risk.

Police believe the infant could be with a 16-year-old boy and possibly a 19-year-old man who are both known to the child.

The 16-year-old is described as Caucasian in appearance, 165cm tall, slim build with brown hair and blue eyes.

The 19-year-old man is described as Caucasian in appearance, 185cm tall, slim build with died orange hair and brown eyes.

The baby was last seen wearing a grey jump suit with black dots.

Police say they are possibly travelling in a green 1995 Mazda 121 with Queensland registration 045GOS and may be travelling to the Toowoomba area.

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