MISSING: Police fear 4-month-old infant was taken by her allegedly abusive father

Connecticut police are on the hunt for a missing 4-month-old girl and fear she may be with her allegedly abusive father, as reported by NBC Connecticut.

Baby Symphony Hannah was reported missing on Monday, with a Silver Alert being issued by state law enforcement agencies, according to WFSB.

Authorities have reason to believe she is with her father, 24-year-old Sidney Hannah, who has a number of outstanding arrest warrants. Additionally, Hannah was issued a full no-contact restraining order, meaning he is not allowed to have contact with either his daughter or the child’s mother, 20-year-old Tatiana Jackson. Police have noted that Jackson is also missing and that the two disappearances are likely related.

This all started on Monday, when a representative from the Supervision Apartments and Independent Living program, or SAIL, went to check in on the infant and her mother, finding Sidney in the apartment. The representative left to get help, calling the police and alerting the Department of Children and Families. When they returned, however, the domicile was empty.

“Our concern is she may be with him. We’re not sure,” Lt. Richard Guerrera said. “That’s why we’re asking. We’re looking for her actively, calling family members, any past addresses, stuff like that. Seeing if anyone can give us some help.”

The couple has a history of domestic violence, which is what initially spurred the restraining order.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of the missing 4-month-old is asked to contact the Bristol Police Department at 86-584-3011.

[Featured Image: Bristol Police Department/Family Handout]