Tuesday, November 13, 2018
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A man offered to give a ride to her and her young son. Now there’s an Amber Alert out for the child.

Police on Sunday morning issued an Amber Alert for Jordan Belliveau, a two-year-old black boy with short brown hair and brown eyes last seen in Largo.

Jordan was last seen near Lake Avenue and East Bay Drive wearing a blue shirt emblazoned with the number 72, blue gym shorts with a black and white stripe, black socks and black and white Nikes, police said in a release. Jordan may also be recognized by the "partially healed cut" under his chin and the "birthmark on the right side of his stomach," police said.

Jordan’s mother was the last person to see the child, Largo police said in a release Sunday morning. She and Jordan were walking near Belcher Road and East Bay Drive Saturday night when a stranger in a white Toyota Camry pulled up to offer them a ride. Inside the car, Jordan’s mother said she was knocked unconscious by the man, who may be named Antwan, police said.

When the mother regained consciousness early Sunday morning, she was alone in Largo Central Park and Jordan was gone, police said.

"Antwan," a black man approximately 25 years of age, may now be "in the company" of Jordan, police said. That man has brown hair, brown eyes, gold teeth and dreadlocks and may be wearing a white tank top and black AND1 basketball shorts, according to authorities.

Police, who said they are investigating several leads, are encouraging anyone with information about Jordan’s whereabouts to call the Largo Police Department at 727-587-6730 — or 911.

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