No Large-Scale Search Plans For Missing Baby

By Ian Hoover- NBC33

Credit: Amber Alert Indiana

Delano Wilson

September 1, 2014 Updated Sep 1, 2014 at 10:50 AM EDT

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (NBC33) -- The Indianapolis Police Department says they plan to continue searching in "smaller patterns" for missing six-week-old Delano Wilson.

According to WTHR, the Indianapolis Police Department has no plans for a "massive" search for the missing six-week-old. It has been nearly five days since the baby was first reported missing. The father, Willie Wilson, says the baby was taken by two people who also assaulted him in an alleyway.

Friends and family staged a new search effort on Sunday near the city's west side.

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