UPDATE: An Amber Alert has been canceled for a 3-year-old boy who was allegedly abducted in Tucson. The child was safely recovered. He was unharmed. The suspect has not been found.
Details for the suspect are scant, but the suspect is described as a six foot tall White male, 40 to 50 years of age, with pock marks on his face. He was reportedly last seen wearing a black cloth jacket, black pants, black hat. The suspect reportedly has a "wide build."
According to authorities, the incident took place in Tucson, where a female was allegedly abducted from a business, forced into her car, and was then driven away. The suspect reportedly slowed the car down for a fire engine, and that's when authorities say the female jumped out of the car, and left Mejia in the back car seat.
The suspect allegedly drove the car away, with Mejia still inside.
According to authorities, the suspect informed the female at first that he was aware of Mejia inside the car, and allegedly threatened to harm the child if she did not cooperate. The suspect, according to authorities, allegedly assaulted the female sexually, before forcing the female into the car.
The car is described as a 2008 light blue Ford Focus with Arizona license plate BZL 5110.
Anyone with information should call the Tucson police at 520-205-8844 immediately. Do not attempt to apprehend the suspect.
UPDATE:Jonas Mejia has been located! He was thankfully found unharmed w/the vehicle in the 4400blk of E.Water St. Suspect still outstanding. pic.twitter.com/046mQUWKX7— Sergeant Pete Dugan (@SgtDugan) February 28, 2017