Missing baby found in Queen Anne

A baby missing from downtown Seattle was found in lower Queen Anne Friday afternoon. (Photo: KOMO News)

SEATTLE - A 10-month-old baby girl, who had been missing from downtown Seattle on Friday, has been found.

Officers found Charlette Childress-Imburgia in lower Queen Anne about 2:45 p.m. Friday after getting a 911 call about a woman pushing a black and yellow stroller.

Police confirmed Charlette's identity. Police say she appears to be in good health.

Investigators are talking to the woman who was with her. The woman is known to the baby's mother, police said.

Police have also contacted Child Protective Services.

Charlette had last been seen near Third Avenue and Pine Street.

Police released her photograph, then said investigators were seeking seeking information on a man dressed in black and a woman dressed in pink. The pair were last seen walking away with the child's stroller around 2:45 a.m. Friday morning.

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