Police, family looking for missing 4-year-old boy believed to be taken by non-custodial mother in Cicero

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L to R: Abigail Lagunas, Jacoby Hart and Isidoro Topete

CICERO, Ill. — Family and police are looking for a missing 4-year-old boy believed to taken by his non-custodial mother and her boyfriend.

Jacoby Hart was last seen Saturday by his grandmother in the 4800 block of West 22nd Place in Cicero. Police believe Hart’s non-custodial mother, Abigail Laguna took Hart from her mother’s house at around 6 p.m. Her mother was babysitting the boy.

According to a court order, Lagunas’ parenting time has been suspended since June 30.

Hart lives with his father, Kyle, in Joliet and still gets babysat by his maternal grandmother. The grandmother told Hart her daughter said she was going to take him to the park, but she never returned.

Hart was last seen wearing khaki shorts, a blue shirt, black and red shoes, and a blue hat.

His father told WGN News he is concerned that Lagunas and her boyfriend, Isidoro Topete are on methamphetamine with the boy. Police said Lagunas may be with Topete, who drives a black Honda Civic with unknown registration.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts can leave an anonymous tip at 708-863-COPS.

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