Mom and one-month-old son who were kidnapped in armed home invasion are found safe


A North Carolina mother and her infant son, who were kidnapped during an armed home invasion on Monday, have been found safe.  

Fayetteville police said Wani Thomas, 24, allegedly broke into a home around 1am on Monday and forced Jasmine Livermore, 20, and her one-month-old son, Nathaniel Thomas, into a vehicle.

Police said Thomas had a gun when he allegedly kidnapped the mother and son who were found safe by 8am. 

Authorities said they have not located Thomas who is wanted for numerous felony charges. 

According to police, the charges against Thomas include first-degree kidnapping, first-degree burglary and assault by pointing a gun, 

‘He is still considered armed and dangerous,’ police said in a statement. 

Authorities said the incident occurred at a residence along the 4900 block of Tangerine Drive. Thomas is reportedly the father of Livermore’s child, but it’s unclear what prompted him to allegedly kidnap the pair.  

Detectives are requesting anyone with information about the whereabouts of Thomas to contact them.


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