Yuma police looking for father who kidnapped baby

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Yuma police looking for father who kidnapped baby

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Jeff Green, photo courtesy of Yuma Police Department Jeff Green, photo courtesy of Yuma Police Department
Aleeha Green, photo courtesy of Yuma Police Department Aleeha Green, photo courtesy of Yuma Police Department
Green is driving a 1997 lime green Dodge truck with purple flames and an Arizona license plate reading NTY586 Green is driving a 1997 lime green Dodge truck with purple flames and an Arizona license plate reading NTY586

YUMA, Ariz. (13 On Your Side) - Yuma police are asking for your help finding a five-month-old baby girl who has been kidnapped by her father.

Police say the baby's father, 47-year-old Jeff Green, got into an argument with the baby's mother over custody issues and left town with the baby.

It happened last night at around 10 pm, in the 3200 block of West Patricia Lane.

Investigators say Green has no custodial rights over his daughter, has made suicidal comments to family, and may be armed with a gun.

Green was last seen near Boulder City, Nevada, at around 7:00 am this morning.

Police believe he may be headed toward Montana.

Green is 5'10", about 185 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair.

He is driving a 1997 lime green Dodge truck with purple flames and an Arizona license plate reading NTY586.

The baby, Aleeha Green, has blonde hair and green eyes. 

She was last seen wearing a white onesie that says "daddy's girl' on the front.

 The Yuma Police Department ask anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Jeff Green and his daughter to call Detective K. Huntley at (928) 373-4781 or the Yuma Police Department at (928) 373-4700 or 78-crime to remain anonymous. 

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