An 18-month old girl abducted in Bensenville IL.

An 18-month old girl abducted in Bensenville IL.BENSENVILLE, IL – A statewide Amber Alert has been issued by the Illinois State Police Department involving the abduction of an 18-month old girl from Bensenville.

The infants name is Kimberly Belgado, described as white, two feet tall, 25 lbs with brown eyes, black hair and wearing a pink and black hat, pink and brown jacket, black pants and pink shoes.

Police were looking for 27-year-old who they named as a “suspect” but have since said he is not who they are looking for, though the physical description did not change much.

Police describe the suspect as a 5-foot-4 Hispanic man who is 35 to 40 year old man with a heavy build, black hair, no facial hair, dark skin and wearing a red sweater.

According to reports, suspect was driving a black 2003 Buick 4-door with Illinois license plate L548500.

The Belgado baby girl was reportedly taken at approximately 12:40 a.m. from 940 W. Irving Park Road in the western suburbs. At about 2:30 a.m. local time the Amber Alert was issued.

According to Police Chief Frank Kosman, the girl’s mother left her in the car when she went into an apartment building at the western suburban address.

Alledgedly, a man walked out the foyer and walked directly to the mother’s car parked directly in front of the foyer … and drove away,” Kosman said.

Police say they have no reason to believe the man who stole the car knew a kid was inside.

Anyone with any information that would help the police in this case should immediately contact the Bensenville IL. Police Department.

D. Chandler contributed to this report

3 Responses to "An 18-month old girl abducted in Bensenville IL."

  1. Kay   January 12, 2013 at 11:03 pm

    Sounds familiar anyone seen the movie “Freedomland”?

  2. meeska   January 10, 2013 at 4:37 am

    She also left the car running..

  3. meeska   January 10, 2013 at 4:35 am

    Once again, she left the child in the car while she went in. Also she left it unlocked. Child endangerment case.

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