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Authorities issued a statewide Endangered Missing Child Alert after a two-month-old baby was taken by his non-custodial parents from Hamilton County, according to a release by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. 

OTHER LOCAL NEWS: Endangered Missing Adult Alert issued for 69-year-old Dayton man

Cobain Reidmiller was last seen Wednesday, Dec. 5 on 216 North Hill Street in the city of Harrison at 11 a.m.

Our media partners at WCPO-TV in Cincinnati say Clint "Roach" Reidmiller and Kelly Schmid took the two-month-old from his maternal grandmother.

“Schmid's drug addiction and Reidmiller's violent tendencies” caused the child to be placed with his grandmother, police said.

The child is believed to be in danger and law enforcement are concerned for his safety, the release stated. 

Police describe Schmid, 41, as 5-feet-9-inches and 140 pounds with strawberry or blonde hair and blue eyes. Reidmiller, 44, is 5-feet-5-inches and 140 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

The parents and child are believed to be in an turquoise green Chevy S10 pickup, early 2000s model.

If you have any information that can help Harrison police, call 513-367-3715 or Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040.


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