Amber Alert canceled for Hammond mother and infant son

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Ralph Bevineau | Indiana State Police

Yolanda Walker | Indiana State Police

Yolanda Walker | Indiana State Police

An Amber Alert has been canceled for a 20-year-old woman and her 2-month-old son, who were believed to have been abducted from northwest Indiana.

Yolanda Walker and her son, Raphael Bevineau, were last seen about 7 p.m. Sunday in Hammond, according to Indiana State Police. They were believed to have been abducted by the boy’s non-custodial father, Ralph Bevineau.

The alert was canceled at 2:07 p.m. after they were found safe in Calumet City, according to Hammond Police Lt. Richard Hoyda.

Raphael Bevineau | Indiana State Police

Raphael Bevineau | Indiana State Police


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