Cops hunting teens who took 2-month-old baby considered in ‘imminent danger of serious harm’

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COPS are hunting two teenagers who took two-month-old baby considered in "imminent danger of serious harm."

Baby Natalie Huntington was last seen with Alyssa Bel, 15, and Kevin Huntington, 16 in Holley, New York.

The baby is missing

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The baby is missingCredit: NY State police

Police said the child was taken under circumstances that led police to believe that they are in imminent danger of serious harm and/or death.

The baby is described as 20 inches long, white with black hair and blue eyes. A car seat with a pink cover was also taken with the child.

Bel is described as 5 foot 1 inches and is white, with blonde/orange hair and brown eyes. She weighs approximately 126lbs.

Huntington Jr. is described as 5 foot 7 inches and is white, with blonde hair and blue eyes. He weighs approximately 150lbs.

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