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7-month-old found safe, alleged kidnapper taken into custody

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PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Phoenix police say a 7-month-old boy was found safe after he was allegedly kidnapped by his father on Monday night.

On Wednesday, his father, 21-year-old Reyes Holguin, was taken into custody without incident.

Officers were called to a home near 20th Avenue and Sherman for a reported assault of the boy's mother. They arrived and found that 21-year-old Reyes Holguin took him after the fight.

The 7-month-old was found safe with relatives early Tuesday morning.

Sgt. Steve Martos said that they were concerned for the welfare of the child due to the criminal history of the father.

Holguin is reportedly wanted in connection to a homicide on April 27 in addition to the kidnapping Monday morning.

Martos says Holguin is still in the booking process.

This is a developing story.  Stay with FOX 10 News for updates.
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