Trumbull police: Father abducted son after 'violent' forced entry (UPDATE)

1:54 p.m. — Trumbull police are working with the FBI to locate seven-year-old resident Ariel Revello, who was stolen by his father Rodolfo Revello early Saturday morning.

According to statements given during a press conference briefing Saturday afternoon, Ariel's mother had an active restraining order against the 43-year-old man who forced his way into her home on Unity Road and assaulted her.

There's still an active Amber Alert out for Ariel, Trumbull police Lt. Leonard Scinto confirmed.

10:50 a.m. — As state police continue to look for missing seven-year-old Ariel Revello, Trumbull police have released details of a "violent" domestic dispute on Unity Road that resulted in the child's abduction from the home around 4:30 a.m. Saturday, March 12.

Trumbull police Lt. Leonard Scinto said in a release Saturday morning that the child's father, Rodolfo Revello, 43, forced entry into the residence and assaulted his wife in her bedroom.

The report said that Revello went to retrieve a knife from the kitchen but was disarmed by his 17-year-old stepson.

During that time period, the wife was able to escape by jumping out of her bedroom window and hiding in the yard.

Lt. Scinto said that Revello took several thousands of dollars of cash and jewelry from the victim's room before waking Ariel and fleeing the residence in a 2015 White Ford transit cargo van with the license plate C040379.

The victim was transported to the hospital, the release added, and treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Police are currently attempting to locate Revello and Ariel who is described as four feet, eight inches tall with brown hair and brown eyes. The seven-year-old was last seen wearing blue and gray pajamas, a puffy green jackets and blue Croc shoes.