The Ohio Attorney General’s Office has released an alert for a missing 2-month-old from Harrison, Ohio.

According to the endangered missing child alert, Cobain Reidmiller was taken from an Ohio home where he was living by his “non-custodial” parents.

The alert revealed the 2-month-old has been missing since Wednesday, December 5. Police were notified of the reported abduction around 11 p.m.

UPDATE: This alert has been canceled. The child has been located. Thank you for your assistance. Statewide #Ohio…

Posted by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Thursday, December 6, 2018

Cobain’s non-custodial parents have been identified as Kelly Schmid and Clint Reidmiller.

According to WCPO, the infant is believed to be in danger while in the care of his biological parents, who have been described as “troubled.”

Cobain was being cared for by his maternal grandmother when he was allegedly abducted from her home by Schmid and Reidmiller.

Authorities told WCPO that:

“Schmid’s drug addiction and Reidmiller’s violent tendencies” caused the child to be placed with his grandmother.

Schmid is 41 years old and described as a white female who stands five-feet, nine-inches tall and weighs 140 pounds.

She has blonde hair and blue eyes.

Reidmiller is 44 years old and described as a white male who stands five-feet, five inches tall and also weighs 140 pounds. He had brown hair and brown eyes. He also responds to the name “Roach.”

It’s unclear what the suspects or Cobain were last seen wearing.

Authorities believe Clint, Kelly, and Cobain are traveling in a turquoise green Chevy S10 pickup, early 2000s model.

Law enforcement is asking anyone with any information regarding Clint, Kelly, or Cobain’s whereabouts to contact the Harrison Police Department at (513) 367-3715.

The Attorney General’s Office also asks that anyone who may think they have found Cobain to call 911 immediately.

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