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Montana News

Jun 14, 2012 3:04 PM by MT Dept of Justice

Newborn taken in Missoula, police issue alert

A two-week old baby girl named Aiven Jane Chamberlain has been reported as missing and/or endangered by the office of the Montana Attorney General.

The baby was taken from her mother's home in Missoula on Wednesday night by her biological father, Vincent Seguvio.

Seguvio and his mother, Nancy Butcher, were driving a silver 2003 Hyundai Sonata with license plate 714972A.

Seguvio is described as a 23 year old white man, 5'8", brown hair, brown eyes, about 150 pounds.

Butcher is described as a 46 year old white woman, 5'5", brown hair, brown eyes, about 200 pounds.

The baby was born on May 31, and weighs about 8 pounds.

If you see the baby or the suspect, or have any information about their location, please call the Missoula Police Department at 406-552-6300, or call 911.


UPDATE, 2 pm: Missoula police say the parents don't live together and there's an allegation that the father forced himself into his estranged wife's home and took the little girl. They say the mother was home, but she couldn't stop him from leaving with the child.

Investigators say the parents don't have a parenting plan, but they both have a legal right to have custody of the baby.

Missoula Police Sargent Travis Welsh says they want to make sure the baby is ok, so if you have any information on where the father might be, call Missoula police detective Jamie Merifield at 406-552-6291.


UPDATE, 5:25 pm: The Missoula Police Department announced on Thursday afternoon that the two-week old baby girl named Aiven Jane Chamberlain who was reported as missing and/or endangered has been found safe.

The baby was taken from her mother's home in Missoula on Wednesday night by her biological father, Vincent Seguvio.

Seguvio is in custody in Kalispell, and the baby is in the care of the Child/Family Services agency in Kalispell.

We will update you as we learn more.

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