Amber Alert canceled after 1-year-old Seattle boy found safe

UPDATE: The Amber Alert for a 1-year-old Seattle boy was canceled after the boy was found safe at a family member’s Skyway home overnight.

Police tracked Aaron Lopez and his father to the home about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, but the father did not surrender until about 1 a.m.

The boy was reunited with his mother, and the father was arrested on various charges.

INITIAL POST: Police issued an Amber Alert just after 7:30 p.m. Tuesday for a 1-year-old Seattle boy, after they said the father robbed the boy’s mother and took the child.

Aaron Lopez is bald with brown eyes, weighs 26 pounds, and is 2 feet 6. He was last seen wearing a gray coat, gray sweats and white shoes. He has a scab on the left side of his head, and a gap between his two front teeth.

According to the Amber Alert, 24-year-old Daniel Lopez-Andino robbed Aaron’s mother, then abducted the boy. He does not have legal custody of the child, police said. They’re believed to be traveling in a 2003 silver four-door BMW, license plate 701ZNB. Part of the front bumper is tied on, and the car has dark tinted windows.

Lopez-Andino is white, with black hair and brown eyes. He’s 5 feet 7 and weighs 140 pounds. There’s a scar on his right arm from his bicep to his tricep.

He was last seen near East Marginal Way South and South Boeing Access Road in Tukwila, wearing a black beanie, black jacket, white shirt, and black tennis shoes with white soles.

Lopez-Andino is diagnosed as bipolar, and is not taking his medication, according to the alert.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911.

Further information was not immediately available.