Amber Alert: 4-year-old missing Dallas boy Fermin Fuentes has been found
The Dallas police have announced that the search for Fermin Fuentes at the location is over. No other details were released.
Update 2:35 am ET: Dallas Police have confirmed 4-year-old Fermin Fuentes has been found. No other information on him or his condition is available at this time.
Update 2:22 am ET: The police have announced that the search for Fermin Fuentes at the location is over. No other details were released.
Update 2:02 am ET : The Dallas Police department had asked K9 search teams to help in the search for the boy. Now the DPD has confirmed that they have arrested 3 people, 2 men and 1 woman who they found near the car. The police say all those arrested are in their 30s.
The police have issued an Amber Alert for a 4-year-old missing boy. The child was in a vehicle that was stolen in East Dallas, Texas on Sunday evening. The missing vehicle was found at 8100 block of Rylie Road but the child, whose name has been revealed as Fermin Fuentes, is still missing.
The child has been described as having black, curly hair has brown eyes and when he disappeared was seen wearing a grey shirt and brown shorts. The police say that he is about 3 feet tall and weighs 45 pounds.
The authorities say that the vehicle was stolen from 2200 block of South Buckner Boulevard at around 6 p.m. It has been described as a 2006 Ford 500 in silver. the car has Texas license plates BRR1097 and is said to have a Texas Rangers sticker on the trunk.
Anyone with information on Fuentes or the vehicle is asked to call 911 or the Dallas Police Department at 214-671-4268.
Officials say they believe the child is in grave and immediate danger, states KXXV. Police have not released any suspect info.
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