Bismarck, N.D. (Valley News Live) UPDATE:
Authorities are searching for Cole Lee Pfaff in connection to the missing child, LeahMae Morsette.
Bismarck police say LeahMae Dawn Morsette has been found safe.
An AMBER Alert has now been issued for a missing 7-month old girl out of Bismarck.
Police say on Monday around 1:00 A.M., LeahMae Dawn Morsette was seen on the 300 block of West Arbor Avenue in Bismarck.
LeahMae is described as a 7 month old Native American female. She has black hair and brown eyes. LeahMae was wearing a tan onesie with shorts over the top or a magenta top with pink shorts. She may also be in a stroller with a blue and white unicorn diaper bag. Police say LeahMae may be with Cole Lee Pfaff.
Pfaff is described as a 31 year old white man, six feet one inch tall, weighing 240 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.
If you have any information regarding this incident, you are urged to contact Bismarck Police Department at 701-223-1212.
Bismarck Police say they are now searching for a person of interest who may have the missing 7-month-old girl, LeahMae Dawn Morsette.
Police say at this time, they have reason to believe the mother, Dawn Morsette, left the child in the care of 31-year-old Cole Lee Pfaff (pictured above).
The child has been reported missing since 9 p.m. on Monday, June 24.
The baby's mother has since been arrested for child neglect and preventing arrest on a felony charge.
Authorities are saying LeahMae could possibly be in a stroller with an infant car seat and have a blue and white unicorn diaper bag with her.
LeahMae is Native American with curly black hair and brown eyes. Police say she could be wearing a tan onesie with shorts or a magenta shirt with pink shorts.
If you have any information on her location, or on Pfaff's location, you are asked to contact police at 701-223-1212 or call your local law enforcement.