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OKC Police Search For Baby Taken From Hospital

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Police say this is the man who identified himself as Michael Rodriguez, the baby's father. Police say this is the man who identified himself as Michael Rodriguez, the baby's father.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Oklahoma City Police are asking the public to help locate a 2-month-old child who was taken from Children's Hospital on Wednesday.

The baby's name is Jacob Dominguez, and he was taken to the hospital with possibly serious injuries.

Police say the baby was with his father, Michael Dominguez, and an adult female. The three left the hospital before little Jacob could receive treatment. They were in a red Ford F-150 with Texas plates and a sticker on the back window that read "BOSS."

Police are asking the public to take a close look at a picture they've released of Jacob, being held by the woman who was with him at the hospital. Anyone with information about the child's whereabouts should immediately call 911. 

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