Michigan State Police are asking for the public's help in putting the pieces together in an Amber Alert case from the weekend.
Police issued the alert for 2-year-old Jarren Jackson after his mother reported he had been taken Saturday by a man that stopped to offer her roadside help in Washtenaw County's Augusta Township.
The boy was found safe 12 hours later by family members who were searching for him -- not far from where he had been reported missing.
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The isolated rural area is about 10 miles south of Ypsilanti.
Police said Jackson's mother told them her Ford Taurus broke down on Whittaker Road, south of Judd Road, while she was driving her three children home.
A man in a red pickup truck allegedly took the boy from the car and drove away with him.
Police have said there are still unanswered questions regarding the boy's disappearance and are asking for anyone who saw any vehicles stopped on Whittaker Road in the early morning hours of Oct. 26 to call them at 517-241-8000.