[Update 3:21 p.m ET: Police confirm that 2-year-old Jenzell Cintron Perez, who was the subject of an Amber Alert, was found safe Wednesday afternoon.]

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Police in Orlando, Florida, have begun a massive search for a 2-year-old boy who was kidnapped at gunpoint Tuesday from his family's home. A statewide Amber Alert was issued Wednesday.

Jenzell Cintron Perez was home with his stepmother when his biological mother, Sugey Perez Diaz, 33, reportedly approached the home and kicked in the house door. She allegedly pulled a gun on Perez’s stepmother and abducted her son around 11 p.m.

“This woman came into my house. Pointed at me with a gun. Told me she was going to kill me if I moved or if I did something to hold the baby from her and she left with the baby screaming,” Perez’s stepmother told Orlando FOX-affiliate, WOFL.

“The child's stepmother was in the apartment,” Orlando Police said in a press release. “The child's father was not home at the time. The biological mother and the unknown male fled the scene, with the child, in an unknown vehicle.”

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued a statewide amber alert Wednesday morning, asking for any information regarding Diaz’s whereabouts. She is also suspected to be traveling with an unidentified man. Both were described as being dressed in dark clothes after leaving Perez’s home. Police also said that they could be in a 2015 silver Lexus R350.

The FDLE warned bystanders to not approach Diaz and instead contact local authorities.

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