Police in Lowell are looking for a father who took off with his infant daughter before authorities planned to take custody of the child.

Calvin Sulzle, 24, allegedly took his 10-month-old daughter, Summer Monteiro-Bravehawk, before the Department of Children and Families could take custody of the child on Tuesday, Fox 25 reported. 

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According to WBZ, the DCF planned to take custody of the infant after the child’s mother, Katelyn Monteiro, 30, was arrested and charged with assaulting a police officer Monday night.

Investigators are not sure if Sulzle will face any charges, and they say it depends on if he knew the DCF had a court order to take custody of the child, WBZ reported.

Officers believe that Sulzle, who is a member of the Sioux Rosebud Tribe from Mission, South Dakota, may be taking the child to the reservation, Fox25 reported.

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Sulzle is described as 5-foot-10 and 150 pounds with black hair cut in a faux-hawk style, Fox25 reported. 

Officers said they found the only car affiliated with Sulze in Lowell on Tuesday and therefore do not have a description of the vehicle he may be using, WBZ reported. Investigators are checking to see if Sulzle fled using trains instead.