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BIRMINGHAM, AL (WSFA) -

Birmingham police have located a boy who was kidnapped by his non-custodial mother.

The Alabama Department of Public Safety issued a Missing Child Alert for 5-year-old Jamari Knox yesterday afternoon after he was taken from the Department of Human Resources in Birmingham by his non-custodial mother, Daphne Moorer.

An investigative team found Jamari Knox after midnight, unharmed. He was returned to DHR custody.

Daphne Moorer was placed in police custody following the incident.

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