Authorities search for man, missing toddler in northern Colorado

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Missing toddler may be with father

Missing toddler may be with father

The US Marshals Service and Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers need help finding a missing baby from Texas that might be in Colorado.

Law enforcement officials tell Fox 31 Denver they have reason to believe 20-month-old Alecxavien Zapata could be in danger.

He was allegedly taken by his father, Gregory Sturdivant in violation of a custody order.

They have been missing since early January. The two could be staying in homeless shelters and have been spotted in Northern Colorado.

If you see them, call  United States Marshals Service 1-800-336-0102. You can also call Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.