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8-month-old baby missing from Indianapolis, mother speaks out

UPDATE March 23, 2019 – The police are now stating that they are ruling Amiah Robert’s disappearance as a homicide investigation. She is still missing. Police said Robert Lyons is considered a suspect in Amiah’s disappearance, and he had her in his custody when she was last seen. Lyons was driving a maroon-colored 1996 Isuzu Rodeo that is in “poor condition.” If you have any information about this case or seen Lyons during the time of Amiah’s disappearance please call the police department.

Original Story: Amiah Robertson, 8-months-old was last seen Friday, March 15, 2019 in the 200 block of South Holmes Avenue, in Indianapolis, Indiana, said the mother. State police says Amiah was reported missing Saturday, March 16 and they have issued a Silver Alert.

Details of her disappearance are still being figured out and the police are looking for any tips that may help them locate Amiah. I gather this to mean that the mother is not saying anything, or the child was under the care of someone else and the mother does not know anything.

Then, on Tuesday, March 19, Fox 59 news was able to do an interview with the mom, and released her name as Amber Robertson. Amber saids she was with her ex-boyfriend, who is not Amiah’s father, at a Motel 6 on Friday, March 15 for a date. That was the last time Amber saw her daughter. She reported Amiah missing to police on Saturday. The details as to how she was separated from Amiah is still a mystery to the public as Amber does not say anything about that. The other thing that is a mysteria is where the Motel 6 was. I could not find one on South Holmes Avenue.

Police said Amiah has dark brown hair, blue eyes and weighs about 13 pounds. She has a birthmark on her left shoulder.

Anyone with information about Amiah’s whereabouts should contact Det. Anthony Weaver at 317-327-6160.

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