Sarasota Police have located Brianna Martinez-Lujano in Manatee County. The five-month-old is safe, according to Sarasota Police spokeswoman Genevieve Judge.
Earlier: Sarasota Police are seeking a 2003 silver Dodge Ram pickup truck in connection with an Amber alert issued for a missing child at 7:31 a.m. today.
Witnesses last saw five-month-old Brianna Martinez-Lujano near the 4000 block of North Tamiami Trail. Authorities believe Aldequndo Benitez-Caivillo, 31, may be traveling with Martinez-Lujano in the vehicle described in the alert with the license plate number: 975TZG.
Click here for a picture of the victim and the possible suspect. Anyone with information about the Amber alert should call the Sarasota Police Department at 861-5951.
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