An Amber Alert has been issued for two children abducted by their non-custodial birth parents from Tucson.
Police say the parents took 5-year-old Luis Ramirez and 6-month-old Kahmila Ramirez after they assaulted a caseworker during a supervised visit at a park in Tucson.
The parents left in a green Toyota Camry with license plate number BKH8427. Police say the father tied a caseworker up to a tree and along with his wife, took the two children. The caseworker was found 45 minutes later by a passerby at the park. The worker sustained minor injuries in the incident.
In an afternoon update Saturday, Tucson police confirmed the 1996 Toyota Camry was located in Nogales, parked near the Mexico border.
Amber Alert Update 🚨:
The 1996 Toyota Camry was located in Nogales, AZ, parked near the Mexico border. The parents, along w/5yr old Luis Ramirez & his 6 month old sister Kahmila Ramirez are still missing. Anyone w/info is urged to call 911 or 88-CRIME. pic.twitter.com/qRVES9KmYl
— Tucson Police Dept (@Tucson_Police) May 6, 2018
The father, Luis Ramirez, was last seen wearing a red and white striped polo and blue jeans.
The mother, Andrea Ramirez, was last seen wearing a white shirt and blue jeans. Her hair was in a bun.
Luis Ramirez Jr. was wearing a grey polo and khaki shorts. Khamilia Ramires was wearing a onesie with yellow ruffles.
A felony arrest warrant for Luis and Andrea Ramirez for one count of kidnapping and two counts of DV-kidnapping.
On May 2, Luis and Andrea Ramirez were arraigned on 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. Their children were not involved in the case.
Those with information should call 911 or 88-CRIME.