BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. (AP) -- Police say a 2-month-old boy taken from his mother's apartment in Brooklyn Park has been found safe in St. Paul.
Officers following up on a tip went to a house in St. Paul and were told a car leaving the house had the baby. Police stopped the car and found the baby Tuesday afternoon.
Brooklyn Park Deputy Chief Jeff Ankerfelt tells the Star Tribune that the baby appeared to be fine but was taken to a hospital to be checked.
A man and a woman were arrested. Ankerfelt says the woman was an acquaintance of the mother.
Authorities don't know a possible motive.
The mother had called police at 6 a.m. to report her son missing from her apartment. She said she had last seen her child at 1 a.m.
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