UPDATE: Queensland police say a man is helping them investigate after a boy was found who was taken out of his home in the middle of the night shortly after police issued an amber alert.
The boy was taken from a house in Darra at around 2 a.m. on Sunday and found seven hours later.
Screams of joy could be heard from home when the news came that the boy had been found.
It is believed that the man who allegedly took the child was on a list of potential suspects to be investigated by the police.
Police have ruled out that the incident was completely random, but say the man is not related to the boy.
Previously: Police issued an Amber Alert after a 20-month-old boy was removed from a house in Darra, southwest Brisbane early Sunday morning.
One line of investigation is that the boy was accidentally abducted by an intruder unknown to the family.
The boy is believed to have brown hair and fair skin and was last seen in a black shirt and diaper before being taken from a house on Warrender Street in Darra around 2 a.m. on Sunday.
The man who is believed to have taken the boy is described as being solidly built. He wears distinctive running shoes, long pants, a long-sleeved shirt, gloves, a baseball cap, and a medical mask.
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