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Urgent: Amber Alert Issued In Case Of Missing Children - Have You Seen Them?

May 07, 2018

An Amber Alert has been issued in Tucson, Arizona, following the disappearance of a 6 month old and a 5 year old child. The two children were kidnapped during a supervised visitation at a local park.


The DCS worker who was supervising the visitation was found duct taped to a nearby tree by a passerby. The children’s father threatened her with a stun gun before taping her to a tree while their mother kidnapped the children.


The parents had been arraigned the prior Wednesday on 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. The charges did not involve their children, but based on the crimes, authorities are extremely concerned about the safety of the children.


The car that was believed to be involved in the kidnapping, a faded teal green 1996 four-door Toyota Camry, has been located. The vehicle was found abandoned near the Arizona-Sonora border in Nogales.


6-month-old Kahmila Ramirez is described as two feet tall and 14 pounds. Kahmila is a hispanic female with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white onesie with yellow ruffles.


5-year-old Luis Ramirez is a hispanic male with black hair and brown eyes. He stands three feet three inches tall and weighs 35 pounds. Louis was last seen wearing a gray and white striped polo shirt with khaki pants.


The children’s father, Luis Alberto Ramirez, stands 5’ 7” tall and weighs 210 pounds. Luis has a mustache and a beard, black hair, brown eyes, and was last seen wearing a gray and white striped polo shirt and jeans. Their mother, Andrea Ramirez, stands 5’ 5” and weighs around 220 pounds. Andrea also has black hair with brown eyes, and had her hair pulled up into a bun and was wearing a white shirt with jeans.


If you have any information about the location of these missing children, please call 911 immediately. You can also contact the Tucson Police Department at 1-520-791-4444, or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678.


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