Service restored on BART after kidnapping delays trains

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BART experienced system wide delays late Friday afternoon due to police activity and had tweeted that a "kidnapping" was in progress. 

The situation originated in San Francisco near a bus stop by Powell Street Station, according to BART. San Francisco police called at 4:03 p.m. to stop all trains while they conducted a search for a suspect.

According to BART, around 4:11 p.m. the woman was on the platform screaming that her baby was missing. 

Police said a woman gave the suspect description and SFPD found someone who matched the description in the 600 block of Market Street.

Police recovered the baby and the baby has been reunited with the mother.

The suspect is currently being detained by SFPD while the investigation is ongoing. KTVU has learned that the suspect was the father of the child. 

BART tweeted that trains are now back in service. 

KTVU will update this breaking news story as it develops.