UPDATE at 9:40 PM:
Saturday evening's Amber Alert, which was issued by Pennsylvania State Police has been canceled.

Police say they have safely located the missing 1-year-old boy, Miles McKeown, and the vehicle, which was stolen (with the boy inside) around 7 pm in the Strawberry Mansion section of the city.

ORIGINAL STORY POSTED BELOW:
Pennsylvania State Police just issued an Amber Alert Saturday evening (January 29, 2022) for a missing 1-year-old boy, Miles McKeown.

Miles was last seen at 7:11 pm tonight in the 2400 block of North 33rd Street in Philadelphia. That's in the Strawberry Mansion section of the city.

If you see him, call 911 immediately.

Miles is 1'5", and he weighs 140 lbs. He has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a yellow jumpsuit pajamas and a blue blanket.

The vehicle that Miles was in was stolen with the child still inside the car as a passenger Saturday evening. Miles was in a car seat.

The vehicle is a 2014 Neon Blue Mitsubishi Mirage with Pennsylvania registration: KBZB8196. The right ear driver taillight is out on the vehicle. Plus, a hubcap on the passenger side is missing.

No immediate information was given about the suspect(s) who may have stolen the car tonight.

Police say the boy's mother left the keys inside the car while she ran inside a store. Her two children were in the car at the time of the theft.

The woman's four-year-old child was found walking barefoot in the snow about five to ten minutes later just a few blocks away. He was spotted on the 330 block of West Huntingdon Street. He was not injured and has been reunited with his mother.

This is a developing story. We'll have more details shortly.

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