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AMBER ALERT: Police still taking tips on whereabouts of missing South Florida baby

Posted at 5:12 PM, Feb 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-12 19:12:31-05

MIAMI -- Police in the Miami-Dade area insist the search for a missing baby who is at the center of an Amber Alert is not over.

However, the Miami-Dade Police Department says it is no longer sending crews on the ground to do an active search for Andrew Caballeiro.

Now, police are asking for tips that could help lead detectives to find baby Andrew.


An Ambert Alert was issued nearly two weeks ago on the baby after three women were found dead inside a house in South Florida. The baby's father, 49-year-old Ernesto Caballeiro, was originally believed to be with the baby before authorities in Pasco County found his body with a gunshot wound. Deputies on scene believe the shooting was self-inflicted.

The three women shot and killed in the South Florida home were identified as Arlety García Valdés, 40; Isabel Valdés González, 60; and Lina González Licor, 84. Police suspect Ernesto Caballeiro murdered the women.

Anyone with information on baby Andrew is asked to call 9-1-1 or Crime Stopper at 305-471-8477.