The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers tease that Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) will be saved, but newborn baby Bowie could be snatched next! Will a new kidnapping bring a dire search?
Mariah’s captor has been offering the proper nutrition and prenatal vitamins, so it’s clear this pregnancy is the priority.
In fact, that’s led to concerns about what’ll happen to Mariah after the baby’s born, but Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) has been hoping to locate Mariah before they have to find out.
Unfortunately, Mariah’s rescue may come too late. She’ll be in labor while Rey, Devon Hamilton (Bryton James), Abby Newman-Abbott-Chancellor (Melissa Ordway), Tessa Porter (Cait Fairbanks) and others are closing in on the truth.
The dots will connect and could ultimately point to Ben “Stitch” Rayburn (Sean Carrigan) as the kidnapping culprit, but will Stitch end up sneaking away and avoiding capture?
Even worse, will Stitch manage to take the baby and bolt before Mariah’s discovered?
These are good options to consider that’d keep the story going a bit longer and raise the stakes.
It might also be a great way to introduce a Chance Chancellor recast. Perhaps Chance could come back on the scene as a determined dad – finally ready to step up for Abby and bring their baby boy home.
Whatever the case, it seems like Stitch may have worked hard to steal Mariah and keep this big secret.
Stitch may have been so distraught over Abby’s previous miscarriage and Max Rayburn’s (Jared Breeze) decline that he became obsessed with Abby’s new child.
The story may shift and become a hunt for stolen baby Bowie, but Stitch could disappear and leave them back at square one when it comes to leads.
Y&R might as well milk as much drama as they can out of all this, so don’t miss what’s in store.
The Young and the Restless spoilers say this baby storyline will bring even more bombshells, so keep watching to see how things play out for Bowie!
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