TUCSON, Ariz. (KSAZ) - Arizona Department of Public Safety says the vehicle involved in the Tucson AMBER Alert sent out on Friday has been located in Nogales.
DPS says the car was unoccupied when it was located, and the children and suspects are still outstanding.
The car involved was described by authorities as a Green 1996 Toyota Camry with Arizona license plate number BKH8427. The car is noted by authorities to have faded paint. The children were last seen on the 2400 block of South Kino Parkway.
Amber Alert Update 🚨:— Tucson Police Dept (@Tucson_Police) May 6, 2018
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
According to information available on azamberalert.org, 7-month-old Kahmila Ramirez and 5-year-old Luis Ramirez were taken, during a supervised visit with DCS. The DCS worker was reportedly duct taped and tased. According to media reports in Tucson, a passer-by called police, after she noticed the case worker was tied up to a tree.
Kahmila is described as 24" tall, weighing 14 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. She was wearing a white onesie with yellow ruffles at the time.
Luis is described as 3' 3" tall, weighing 35 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a grey and white striped polo shirt and khaki pants at the time.
Authorities have identified the suspects as 28-year-old Andrea Vanessa Ramirez and 30-year-old Luis Alberto G. Herrera-Ramirez. The female suspect is described as 5' 1" tall, weighing 195 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes, and was wearing a white shirt and denim jeans at the time. The male suspect, meanwhile, is described as 5' 6" tall, weighing 200 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a white striped polo shirt and blue jeans at the time.