Sgt. Joe Kennedy said the infant, Bramiery Rojas-Guzman, and the mother, Odalix Martinez-Guzman, have been found at home by Stamford police.


STAMFORD - A Silver Alert has been issued for a 2-month-old baby from Stamford, according to police.

Bramiery Rojas-Guzman was last seen with his mother, Odalix Martinez-Guzman, 16, who is also a missing runaway, police said.

The two have been missing since Tuesday, Stamford police Youth Bureau Sgt. Joseph Kennedy said.

The boy has black hair, brown eyes, and weighs 15 pounds.

Kennedy said the state Department of Child and Family Services has been notified that the girl and her son are missing.

Kennedy said that investigators believe that Martinez-Guzman and her son are somewhere in Stamford or Norwalk.

“We unfortunately don’t know where she is headed,” Kennedy said. “We don’t believe any foul play has occurred.”

Martinez-Guzman has been living with her grandmother in Stamford.

Martinez-Guzman has black hair, brown eyes, stands 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds.

Anyone who knows the baby and mother’s whereabouts is asked to call Stamford police at (203) 977-4639 and after hours (203) 977-4921.