AMBER ALERT issued for missing six-year-old Freddie Drake, last seen in Belen, New Mexico

The pair are also believed to be traveling in a 2004 silver Ford Mustang which has a black chile license plate inscribed with the number AKMF23


                            AMBER ALERT issued for missing six-year-old Freddie Drake, last seen in Belen, New Mexico

The New Mexico State Police and the Valencia County Sheriff's Office issued an Amber Alert for six-year-old Freddie Drake at around 4 am on April 22 morning. The boy was last seen in Belen. Authorities have said that the child is believed to be with 35-year-old Arlene Drake. The pair are also believed to be traveling in a 2004 silver Ford Mustang which has a black chile license plate inscribed with the number AKMF23. The last known location of the two was on Highway 47 and Jemez Road in Belen.

KOB 4 reported that the boy has been described as "4 feet tall, 37 pounds, with short blonde hair and blue eyes". He was also last seen wearing a black long sleeve shirt and blue jeans. Arlene has been described as a Caucasian female, 5 feet tall, 102 pounds with brown hair and green eyes.



 

 

The report from the New Mexico Department of Public Safety reads:

"Freddie Drake is a six-year-old Caucasian male, four feet tall, weighing approximately thirty-seven pounds, with short blonde hair and blue eyes. Freddie Drake was last seen wearing a black long sleeve shirt unknown emblem and blue jeans."

"Police believe Freddie is with Arlene Drake who is a thirty-five-year-old Caucasian female, five-foot-tall, one hundred and two pounds, brown hair, and green eyes. It is believed Arlene is driving a 2004 silver Ford Mustang displaying black chile license plate with New Mexico registration AKMF23."

"After police were contacted, a thorough investigation has commenced. Last known location is on Highway 47 and Jemez Road in Belen, New Mexico. Many details are still unknown and under investigation. However, of urgent concern is the whereabouts of Freddie Drake."

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call police immediately at 505-866-2400.