Update: Missing 6-week-old baby turned in to Minneapolis police

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A 6-week old child who had been missing for the past week has been turned in to Minneapolis police, apparently unharmed, the department said in a news release Wednesday night.

Earlier in the day, police issued a public appeal for help finding Sir Charles Cortez Davis, who was last seen on the 1900 block of Lowry Avenue on Wednesday, Nov. 25.

Authorities believed he was with his mother, Latrice Ebony Pittman, 26, who lost custody of her son due to drug use and "prior involuntary terminations of parental rights."

Officers had spoken with Pittman earlier, but she refused at the time to disclose where she was or where the baby was.

Shortly after 7 p.m. Wednesday, a man brought the infant to the Police Athletic League Office and turned him over to a Minneapolis officer, according to the news release.

The child appeared to be unharmed and in good shape. Pittman was not with them, and police are till looking for her.

Pittman is described as 5 foot 3 inches tall, weighing 177 pounds, with black hair past her shoulders and brown eyes.

She has a visible tattoo on the left side of her neck, "Lariyah Pigg,” and a tattoo on her left lower arm, "Mike." She also has a piercing on the side of her left eye.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts should call 911, or text the police's tipline at 847 411 (tip 411), entering MPD and the tip. They can also call the tipline at 612-692-TIPS (8477). All texts are anonymous.

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