Updated: 11::00 p.m. Oct. 15:
Greenwich Police now say the six-month-old baby reported missing is alive and well.
In an voice-mail update, Greenwich Police spokesman Lt. Kraig Gray said the parents apparently got into an argument while visiting relatives in upstate New Britain. The unidentified father called relatives who contacted police.
Gray said that as a 'silver alert' was issued it was determined that the baby was safe and that father "was completely unconcerned about the welfare of the child and believes the child is in the good care of the mother." He further described the situation as a domestic incident between the baby's parents.
Updated: 4:30 p.m.
Greenwich Police Capt. Timothy Berry said he did "not have any information" regarding the reported missing baby and referred all questions to department spokesman Lt. Kraig Gray.
Gray has referred questions to the New Britain Police Department where Police Chief James Wardwell said his department is not involved with any missing baby case.
A message was left with Greenwich detectives handling phone calls with information about the baby.
Original story: Oct. 15, 3:35 p.m.
A Silver Alert was issued for a 6-month-old infant, who went missing from Greenwich on Monday, according to a report from WFSB.
Police said Julie Eli is believed to be with her mother, who was not identified by police. The mother was believed to be driving the child's father's blue 2010 Mercedes with the Connecticut license plate 451-ZSC.
State police said it is not an Amber Alert because the child is not in danger WFSB reported.
Greenwich Police could not be immediately be reached.
Anyone with any information about Julie's whereabouts is asked to call the Greenwich Police Department at 203-622-8052.
Greenwich Patch will update this story as information becomes available.