A baby who was the subject of a Virginia Amber Alert has been found safe.
Police say Naomi Hilel was found unattended in Newport News.
Authorities in northeast North Carolina were alerted to the abduction because of its close proximity and the unknown direction of the stolen mini-van.
Police says the 18-month old was abducted at a convenience store in Virginia Beach. They say the baby’s mother was pumping gas when a man pushed her out of the way and stole her minivan. The baby was inside.
Police are still looking for 24-year-old Matthew Nash of Norfolk. He is 5'10", 200 pounds, long light hair. Nash is wearing a plaid shirt, dark short pants, dark tennis shoes and a ballcap.
The van is a 2009 grey-green Honda Odyssey with a Florida tag HASHEM1. It was last seen on Greenwich Road in Virginia Beach.
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