[UPDATE: FOUND SAFE] AMBER Alert issued for toddler boy abducted from Virginia church nursery during Sunday services


UPDATE // 1:50 p.m.:

Giles County police said Noah Trout has been found safe. This story is developing

Authorities in Virginia issued an AMBER Alert on Sunday after an unidentified woman reportedly abducted a 2-year-old boy.

According to WFXR, Noah Trout remains missing since being taken from the Riverview Baptist Church’s nursery in Giles County. Church officials reportedly said there was a suspicious car parked outside the building for an extended time during the second morning service on Sunday.

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Posted by Giles County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday, 2 May 2021

The Giles County Sheriff’s Office shared a picture of the woman believed to be the person of interest leading Trout out of the church. Investigators reportedly believe she may have left the church with the toddler in a dark-colored SUV or van.

WFXR reported that Trout may also be with a man in an older model black van that has an Army sticker on the back.

Virginia State Police and Virginia Missing Children Clearinghouse issued the alert on behalf of the Giles County police, who are expected to hold a press conference on Monday at 1 p.m. (EST).

At the time of his disappearance, Trout was reportedly wearing a green t-shirt. He was described as being 2 feet, 9 inches tall and weighing approximately 33 pounds.

The unidentified person was spotted wearing a blue jacket, blue jeans, black tennis shoes, and a black beanie.

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[Featured image: Noah Trout/Gilles County Sheriff’s Office]