Police seek Brooklyn man who fled with infant son

Police say a man took off with his infant son, of whom he does not have custody.

Police say 36-year-old Jose Camacho and the child were last seen on Sept. 8 inside a home on Dumont Avenue in Brownsville.

Police say 36-year-old Jose Camacho and the child were last seen on Sept. 8 inside a home on Dumont Avenue in Brownsville. (9/17/16)

BROOKLYN - Police say a man took off with his infant son, of whom he does not have custody.

They say 36-year-old Jose Camacho and the child were last seen on Sept. 8 inside a home on Dumont Avenue in Brownsville.

Camacho is said to be five-foot-nine and has tattoos on his arms of rosary beads.

Camacho is also said to frequent the areas of Park Place, Buffalo Avenue and 1599 Prospect Place.

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