Boy shot Monday night is missing, police believe he was taken by his father

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — The 1-year-old boy shot and injured Monday is missing, just hours after the boy was released from the hospital Tuesday night.

St. Louis County police said they believe the boy was taken by his father at around 6 p.m. Police said the boy was taken from the same house where he was shot Monday night.

When asked if this was a kidnapping, police spokesman Ben Granda said it fell in a gray area, but they are actively looking for the boy and his father.

When asked if there’s anything the public should be on the lookout for, Granda said not right now, but that could change.

5 On Your Side talked to the grandfather of the boy earlier in the day Tuesday. He said his grandson had surgery Monday night. The boy was released from the hospital with his mother by his side Tuesday evening.

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