SAVANNAH, Ga. — The Savannah Police Department have canceled a Levi's Call, Georgia's Amber Alert, for a toddler missing from Savannah, Georgia.

According to the department, 22-month-old Jerry Sanders Sullivan was last seen April 7 and was believed to be traveling with the child's mother, Aimee Lowery. A cellphone for Lowery was last pinged near Brooklet, Georgia, 218 miles southeast of Atlanta.

Police said Sullivan's father was awarded custody of the child through the courts and they were concerned for the child's safety. Police said Lowery is homeless and is known to abuse drugs. Authorities considered the child to be in extreme danger.

Authorities said Sullivan was last seen in a blue onesie with big white stars and a blanket. The 22-month-old has brown eyes and brown hair.