NEWBERRY -- A 199 silver Dodge Intrepid associated with an Amber Alert issued in Greeneville, Tenn., has been located on I-26 in Newberry County.
However, the suspect and the missing 7-month-old boy have not been located.
Authorities are searching for a second vehicle involved in the case, the Newberry County Sheriff's Department reported. That vehicle is a white Chrysler Sebring with Florida license plates. It was being driven by three women, who are accomplices in the abduction.
An S.C. Highway Patrol officer found the Dodge at 8 a.m. Monday where it had been abandoned vehicle in the emergency lane on I-26 near mile marker 74 on the east bound travel side. Deputies and investigators from the Newberry County Sheriffs Office responded and determined that the vehicle was associated with an active AMBER alert from Tennessee.
Investigators say that they have launched a massive search in the area, but have not located the suspect or child at this point.
Investigators say that it is very possible that all the suspects and child are now traveling in the white Sebring and are no longer in the area. However; they say that they will continue to search the area in case the suspect and/or child remained in the area.