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Police find mother and 11-year-old son abducted in Northwest Atlanta – WSB-TV Channel 2


UPDATE: Police confirm that Channel 2 action news that at that moment the abducted mother and her 11-year-old son had been found. No details have been released about the suspects or arrested.

original: The Atlanta Police Department is looking for a mother and her 11-year-old son who are believed to have been abducted from a home in northwest Atlanta.

Police responded to a kidnapping call just before 1 pm at the Abner Terrace home. At the scene, officers learned that a suspected man had abducted an elderly woman and an 11-year-old child against their will, forcing them into a vehicle. The vehicle is believed to be a black Jeep Compass with Georgia registration number CSL5977.

Kerlin Lubin, 38, is the elderly victim abducted with her 11-year-old son Pierre, according to information released by Atlanta police.

Levi’s Call (GA’s #AMBERAlert) issued to 11-year-old Pierre Lubin on behalf of Atlanta Police

The child is believed to be traveling in a black SUV compass, CSL5977, and was last seen with 37-year-old suspect Leonard Cross, who took Pierre and his mother away.

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– GA Investigation Bureau (@GBI_GA) 16 April 2022

Police have identified a possible suspect in the abduction. Leonard Cross has been identified as a possible suspect and is believed to be both armed and dangerous.

Police are actively working on this incident to search for the missing mother and son. They ask anyone with information or details about the location of the suspect, victim or vehicle to call 9-1-1 immediately or Crimestoppers at (404) 577-TIPS (8477), online at www.crimestoppersatlanta.org.


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