Missing newborn sought; baby and mother believed to be at risk, last seen in Oregon City

From left: Isaiah Moore, April Moore, Aaron Elkin, photos provided by the Oregon Department of Human Services. (KPTV) 

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Department of Human Services is asking for the public’s help locating a missing newborn.

Isaiah Moore was born July 25. He is missing, along with his mother April Moore and her partner Aaron Elkin from Oregon City.

DHS believes Isaiah and his mother are “at risk” and investigators are searching for them to “assess their safety.”

They are believed to be in Multnomah County or Clackamas County, but they may also be traveling in other areas of Oregon or out of state.

Anyone with information about the location of Isaiah or April Moore is asked to call 911 or the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline at 1-855-503-SAFE.

No further details were released about this investigation.

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(3) comments

Frederick Fukov

Uhh..perhaps you could..ya know..elaborate on the circumstances as to WHY they are "at risk?" Ya know..like..what's up with the photo of the hard-head with the gotee? Has dude been known to be violent with the mother..or what?

SherryLiebe

DHS does not want to check for anyone's safety. They want to snatch her baby and put her through the worse torture trying to get him back.

Frederick Fukov

Actually, they try to keep the kids with the parents as much as possible, even to a fault, to the point of leaving the kids in dangerous situations, apparently like this one.

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