St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - UPDATE: Police say they have found the stolen car. Driver of the car and both infants are safe.
EARLIER: A search is underway after a car was stolen while two infants were in the vehicle.
Just before 3 PM, St. Louis police say the car was taken from on the 4300 block of Lee in North St. Louis. Witnesses said a nine-month old child and 7-month-old child were in teh car when it was taken. The vehicle is a newer model Pontiac Grand-AM. Police do not believe this was a carjacking at that all parties involved in the incident know each other.
This is a developing case and more information will be posted as it is available.
Despite months of speculation and tweets this week indicating a big announcement, former Missouri State Senator Jane Cunningham says she's not going to run for St. Louis County Executive.
The West County Republican says the party has another candidate in mind, but declined to name names. Cunningham says voters should expect an announcement on Monday.
There had been some criticism of a potential run by Cunningham, since she's only one year into a six-year term as director of the Monarch Fire Protection District and had promised constituents that she wouldn't leave the post early.
The GOP will formally nominate a candidate for County Executive in the August primary.