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I just heard on the radio & my phone that there has been an AMBER ALERT issued for a missing child in Lorain County, OH.  The dangerous thing about this situation is that the child was abducted by the father after pistol whooping the mother.  He is considered armed and dangerous.  If anybody has any information about his whereabouts, please call the Lorain County Police 440-204-2100 or dial 911 immediately.

The police have confirmed that Robert D. Beane (5’11’ & weighs 175 pounds & has brown hair and brown eyes) attacked the mother of his child around 5:30 a.m this morning on Central Dr. and took his son, Robert Jr (10 month old  2′ tall & weighs 20 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes).  He is believed to be driving a stolen gray Chevrolet Camaro with an Ohio license plate number of HAQ8308.

Again if you have any information on this suspect please call 440-204-2100 or 911 IMMEDIATELY!!


A little history about AMBER ALERTS 

In January 1996, nine year old Amber Hagerman was riding her bicycle when a neighbor heard the girl scream. The neighbor saw a man pull Amber off her bike, throw her into the front seat of his pickup truck, and drive away at a high speed. The neighbor called police and provided a description of the suspect and his vehicle, but couldn’t recall much else. Arlington, Texas police and the FBI interviewed other neighbors and searched for the suspect and vehicle. Local radio and TV stations covered the story in their regular newscasts. Four days later, Amber’s body was found in a drainage ditch four miles away. Her throat had been cut. Her kidnapping and murder remain unsolved.

A concerned citizen contacted a Dallas, Texas radio station suggesting the idea that Dallas radio stations should repeat news bulletins about abducted children just like they do severe weather warnings. The idea was presented to the general managers of the radio stations in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. They agreed that such a program would provide an important public service and might help save the life of a child.

Although the Amber Plan is named after Amber Hagerman, this national program is dedicated to all children nationwide who’ve been abducted. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, nearly 262,100 children are abducted every year. Specifically, 58,200 are non-family abductions and 203,900 are family abductions.  For more information please visit https://www.ohioamberplan.org/ 

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