Looks like someone else is tried the nanny took my baby nonsense.

Miami police say a 6-month-old baby boy who was reported missing was never really gone — and didn’t exist.A woman named Megan McCormic told police that a baby sitter never returned her 6-month-old. Police issued a missing child alert with a description of the baby and said that he may have been in the company of 20 to 30-year-old white female named “Camille,” who had an unknown last name and spoke with a heavy French accent.

Police called off the search for Riley Buchness, who his mother said disappeared on Dec. 23. from his home at the 5000 block of Northwest 7th Street in Miami.Police said on Friday that McCormic was lying and used the fake existence of the baby to lure an ex-boyfriend from Boston, who had traveled to Miami to meet his supposed son.McCormic was arrested Friday morning on charges of giving false information to police officers. It is not clear whether she has an attorney.Police want McCormic to pay for the resources that were used to locate the supposed child. Nearly 20 detectives worked the case throughout all of Christmas Eve and Christmas.

Here is the background of the case
A frantic hunt stretched into the night Thursday for 6-month-old Riley Archer Buchness, who was last seen with his nanny Tuesday.

The nanny, known only as Camille, has not answered her cellphone or responded to text messages, police said.

The boy’s parents said they last spoke with Camille on Tuesday, and when she didn’t bring the boy back on Wednesday, they called police.

Authorities issued an Amber Alert for the 11-pound boy, who was wearing a white onesie and blue jeans, with his hair done in a Mohawk and a fake tattoo of an anchor on his left arm.

”Right now, detectives have worked around the clock and are desperately trying to locate Riley and bring him back home safely,” said Willie Moreno, a Miami police spokesman.

“We ask Camille, we ask anyone in the community, if they’ve seen this person, if they know who Camille is, to please come forward.”

The boy’s distraught parents made a similar plea to the news media Thursday.

”What I don’t understand is it’s Christmas,” said the boy’s father, John Buchness. “Please return him. That’s all we ask. We just want our son.”

”I don’t even know if he’s dead or alive,” said his mother, Meagan McCormic. “I don’t know if they’re in a car . . . I don’t know where they are.”

Police said they had only a vague description of the nanny.

The boy’s parents said they did not know Camille’s last name.

They told authorities she lives somewhere along Biscayne Boulevard, although they have not been to her house. She drives a red Acura, possibly with a Massachusetts license plate, they said.

Here’s what is known, according to police:

The young couple moved from Boston in September and were living in the 5000 block of Northwest Seventh Street. They knew Camille from Boston, where she had baby-sat for Riley.

Within the past month or two, she called to say she had moved to Miami and offered to watch the boy once again, the parents told police.

On Tuesday, they said, she was taking care of Riley and sent a text message to McCormic about 1 p.m. to say the baby had just woken up and she was going to bring him to her home.

This was not unusual, they said.

Two hours later, they said, Camille sent a text message saying she was running late and stuck in traffic.

By 5 p.m., when Camille had not dropped off the baby, McCormic called Camille to say she had to run out of the house and that Riley could stay at the baby sitter’s. She asked that Camille drop him off by 3 p.m. Wednesday so they could take him to Georgia to see family.

On Wednesday, Camille still hadn’t dropped Riley off at the house. She was not answering her cellphone or responding to text messages. At 8 p.m., the family called police.

”As of now we have been following any possible leads trying to find out who Camille is,” Moreno said. The parents are not suspects at this point in the investigation, he said.

The parents described Camille as five feet six inches tall, weighing about 130 pounds, with dark brown hair halfway down her back and a gap between her teeth. She speaks with a heavy French accent.

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