Missing Bronx boy found safe; mother sought

A missing Bronx boy was found "safe and sound," according to New York State Public Safety.



A missing child alert was issued Wednesday for 7-month-old Nathaniel Jabbour, who police believed was in danger.



Police responded to the Administration of Child Services on Grand Concourse where a 25-year-old man claimed that his estranged girlfriend took his son on June 19. The man says the woman, Alexis Jabbour, sent him an image of their child with a knife to his throat, as well as other alarming text messages about their child's safety.



Police are still trying to locate Alexis Jabbour. She is described as 5 feet 7 inches tall and approximately 170 lbs.


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