Fearing kidnapped 3-month-old is in danger, community prays for her safe return

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CHICAGO — A Chicago family is asking for help in finding the kidnapped infant they were fostering.

At a vigil Sunday, community members prayed for the safe return of 3-month-old Royalty Wolf, who was abducted by her birth mother last Monday during a supervised visit at the foster home near the 1500 block of South Avers.

Officials say they worry for the baby’s safety because her mother, Mikequera Randolf, has a long history of violent and unstable behavior.

The child was wearing pink pajamas. Mikequera was wearing a pink shirt, blue jeans and has a tattoo on her chest of a heart. She’s known to frequent the area around Pulaski and Ferdinand in Humboldt Park.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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