AMBER ALERT: 911 caller finds 1 of 2 missing babies ‘sitting in the parking lot by itself’

COLUMBUS — A statewide Amber Alert was issued for two missing five-month-old twin boys out of Columbus Tuesday overnight.

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News Center 7 previously reported that the two infant twins were kidnapped when a suspect drove off with a mother’s car as she went into Donatos Pizza at East First Street and North High Street in Columbus.

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One of the two infant twins was later found “in a baby carriage in the parking lot” of Dayton International Airport, according to a recently obtained 911 call of the incident.

The baby carriage was found “sitting in the parking lot by itself” by the 911 caller and another family as they were unloading their bags, the 911 caller said.

The caller called the emergency number from the “economy lot at Dayton International Airport,” according to the recording.

The caller took the baby into the terminal near the “American/Delta desk area” because they were reportedly cold.

The newly found baby was with the 911 caller and the family at the end of the recording.

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