PHOENIX — UPDATE: Phoenix police say the baby has been safely found and her biological mother, Angelica Salinas, has been arrested.
The Phoenix Police Department is searching for a 5-month-old after she was forcibly taken from her foster family's home by her biological mother, Angelica Salinas.
The department said that Angelica entered the foster family's home near 48th Street and Van Buren Street around 8:30 p.m. on Saturday and "forcibly removed" Eunice from the family's care.
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Late Tuesday night, Phoenix police say the baby was safely found at a relative's house.
Angelica was taken into custody for questioning.
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