Missing child alerts for infants taken from Salamanca

UPDATE: Both missing infants have been found safe in New York City. The alerts were canceled at 12:32pm.

The Salamanca City Police Department has issued a pair of missing child alerts for infants who are “believed to be endangered” after abductions by their mothers.

Missing from Salamanca. Malani Ventura and Selena Ventura above, and Londyn Richardson and Keshauna Boggs below. Photos provided by New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services.

Three-month-old Malani Ventura, white with brown eyes and black hair, is with her mother Selena Ventura, white, 5-feet-2 and 200 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen on East State Street in the city of Salamanca at 6:30am on Saturday.

29-day-old Londyn Richardson, black with brown eyes and black hair, is with her mother Keshauna Boggs, black, 5-feet-2 and 150 pounds with brown eyes and black hair with orange dyed tips. She was last seen on East State Street in the city of Salamanca at 6:30am on Saturday.

All may be in a 2007 blue Honda CR-V with New York registration HDL-6588, and they may be traveling to Sound Beach or Bayshore in Suffolk County on Long Island.

The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services has issued missing child alerts covering Western New York, the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier, the Hudson Valley, New York City, and Long Island.

If you see either of the children or either of their mothers, please call the Salamanca City Police Department at 716-945-2330 or call 911.

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