RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Five-year-old Francis Lupo, who went missing from his Ridgefield home on Sunday evening, has been found safe, police said.
The Amber Alert has been canceled for Francis Lupo, police said late Sunday.
He was found and safe with a family member in New York City on Sunday night, according to Ridgefield police.
Police were still looking for his father, Paul Lupo, and issued a Silver Alert.
Francis Lupo went missing at about 7:30 p.m. Sunday with his father after a domestic dispute between Paul and his wife, police said.
Ridgefield police said they believe Paul was intoxicated. He was believed to be driving a blue 2002 GMC Sierra pickup truck with the Connecticut license plate of 655-8CR.
Paul Lupo is a 49-year-old white male. He weighs 210 pounds and is about 6 feet tall, according to police.
Anyone with information regarding Paul Lupo's whereabouts should contact Ridgefield police at 203-438-6531 or at 911.
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