Amber alert issued for 3-week-old Utah baby missing in Clinton

Police issued an Amber Alert late Wednesday night for a 3-week-old baby they believe was abducted by her mother in Clinton.

The alert, which came just before 11 p.m., named the baby as Audrey Westfall. She was born at the end of October, weighs 10 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes.

(Photo courtesy of Clinton Police Department) Audrey Westfall

Officers believe she is being carried in a black-and-gray carseat with a pink-and-green quilted blanket.

The alert says police believe she was taken by her mother, Taylor Cheylene Webb, 25, around 3 p.m. It’s unclear why the notice came eight hours later.

Webb was last seen wearing a gray jacket, black yoga pants and black-and-white shoes. She has brown hair that’s typically in a bun, glasses and blue eyes. Police also say she has noticeable tattoos on her collarbone with the phrase “Exhale the negative” on the left side of her chest and “Inhale the positive” on the right.

The alert came from Davis County Sheriff’s Office. The mother may be headed through Utah to Nevada or California with the child, according to the alert.

Anyone with information is asked to call 801-451-4141.

There is no vehicle description.

Clinton police asked residents near 2400 N. 2700 West to review home and doorbell surveillance video from Wednesday between 2:45 and 5:15 p.m. and to report any activity related to the alert.

The Amber Alert first sent out included only the vague message: “Dial 511 for more information.” That line was flooded and it wasn’t responding to callers.