Amber Alert issued for kidnapped baby

Parents accused in Amber Alert for Hannah Simons
Rowan S. and Kim de L., allegedly involved in the Feb. 26, 2018 abduction of their daughter, HannahPhoto: Politie

Update, 9:30 p.m., 26 February 2018: Baby Hannah was found safe and sound with her biological parents, who were arrested. The names of Hannah's parents were redacted following their arrest. More information is in a separate NL Times article.

The police issued an Amber Alert for 6 month old Hannah Simons, who was abducted in front of a Lidl supermarket in Eersel on Monday. The police believe her biological parents - Rowan S. and Kim de L. - are behind the abduction.

Youth services previously removed baby Hannah from her parents' custody, the police revealed.

The abduction happened around 9:00 a.m. at the Lidl supermarket on Nieuwstraat. Hannah's foster mother came out of the supermarket, carrying the baby in a Maxi Cosi, and walked towards the parking lot. The baby was pulled from her foster mother's arms and a man and a woman fled with the child in a black Mercedes with license plate 94-GK-PB.

The police are very concerned about Hannah's safety and call on the public to keep an eye out for the black Mercedes, the baby or her parents.