Amber Alert issued for Georgia toddler believed to be in ‘extreme danger’

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DORAVILLE, Ga. – An Amber Alert has been issued for a toddler abducted allegedly by his father and who is believed to be in “extreme danger,” law enforcement official said.

Carter Willis Johnson, 18 months, was last seen April 1 with his father Willis Johnson, 31, in Doraville, Georgia, about 20 miles north of Atlanta. The Amber Alert was issued April 8. As officials pleaded for help for finding the father-son duo, they said the boy is believed to be in “extreme danger.”

The child is described as having black hair and brown eyes, standing about 3 feet tall and weighing about 40 pounds, according to the alert.. His father is described as a black male.

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The pair is believed to be traveling in a dark brown 2010 Range Rover with Georgia license plate No. 20110689, according to the alert. It’s not clear where they may be going.

Anyone with information in the case should call 911 or the Doraville Police Department at 770-455-1000.