A 7-month-old girl missing since late Sunday has been located safely, while her mother, who police say abducted her, is still at-large.
Serenity Berry is in custody of Child Protective Services, Irving police tweeted Monday evening.
The Amber Alert was issued late Sunday in Irving after a 7-month-old girl was allegedly abducted by her mother, police say.
Berry was taken Sunday by her mother, 35-year-old Jocelyn Nicole Bridges, from the 2900 block of W. Pioneer Drive, Irving police said in a news release.
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Police later confirmed the child was in the care of her grandparents due to a Child Protective Services safety plan. That safety plan expired June 4.
Bridges took the baby after knocking on doors and pulling fire alarms to get their attention, police said. When they opened the door, Bridges pushed the grandmother and grabbed the baby.
Berry was last seen wearing a white onesie, while Bridges was last seen wearing a multi-colored shirt with blue jean leggings. Bridges has black hair with brown highlights, police said.
Police said Bridges was driving a blue 2011 Ford Focus with Texas license plate MGP8642. A security guard in Dallas the vehicle and reported it to police, who seized it, an Irving police spokesman confirmed to NBC 5.
The spokesman said investigators have concerns about Bridges' mental health.
"We do believe Serenity is in grave danger, based off the mental health of Jocelyn Bridges. She's made comments about hurting the child and suicide attempts in the past," says Irving Police Department Spokesperson Robert Reeves.
Police couldn't say where Bridges was headed, or if she's on foot or not. But they're hoping she's still in the area.
Anyone with information about Bridges' location is asked to call 911 or Irving Police at 972-273-1010.
NBC 5's Yona Gavino contributed to this report.