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updated: 9/2/2014 10:28 AM

Police search home of missing Indianapolis baby

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  • Taniasha Perkins, center, and Willie Wilson, second from right, are comforted as Rev. Malachi Walker, left, makes a plea for the return of the couple's missing 6-week-old son, Delano Wilson.

      Taniasha Perkins, center, and Willie Wilson, second from right, are comforted as Rev. Malachi Walker, left, makes a plea for the return of the couple's missing 6-week-old son, Delano Wilson.
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Police investigators have been searching the Indianapolis home of the parents of a 6-week-old boy whose father says was taken from him last week.

City police crews arrived Monday night with a search warrant at the house of Delano Wilson's parents. Indianapolis television stations showed investigators remained at the house early Tuesday, and took some large bags from the house to a crime lab van.

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Police spokesman Rafael Diaz tells The Indianapolis Star there is no new information in the case and the search was part of the investigation.

The baby's father, 23-year-old Willie Wilson, told police his son was abducted last Wednesday by a man and woman who knocked him out in an alley near his home just west of downtown Indianapolis. Police have found nothing in neighborhood searches.

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