Little Rock, Arkansas – The Little Rock Police Department is asking for community help in locating a teenage mother who reportedly ran away with her baby.
The 14-year-old mother, Najala Arrasheed, was last seen at a location in Little Rock on Monday, October 24. The mother left her home with her one-month-old child, Mateo Patrick, on Monday and hasn’t returned ever since.
At this point, no additional information is available.
Little Rock police officials described the mother as a Black female standing 5 feet 4 inches and weighing 215 pounds. The baby boy was described as a Black male with a height of 18 inches and weighing 8 pounds.
The local authorities have a reason to believe that the mother and her baby are still in the Little Rock area, and anyone with information about them is asked to call the police by dialing 911, 501-371-4829 or 501-404-3014.
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