An AMBER alert was issued for two kids who went missing in Indiana. The alert was issued on Saturday morning when the kids went missing from Hamlet. Hamlet is 142 miles north of Indianapolis. The kids were a 3-year old Yulianna Rose Mendez and a 7-year old Ayden Mendez.
The alert has been canceled as the kids are found safe now. The alert was issued as the kids were missing since 1:30 on Saturday morning. It was also said that the kids are in extreme danger.
#Indianapolis, #Indiana #AMBERAlert has been cancelled. //t.co/TvzvotnTG0
— AMBER Alert (@AMBERAlert) August 10, 2019
The kids were suspected to be with the Francisco Mendez who was last seen driving a black Audi. The Audi had a number plate of Indiana which read LE5262. The suspect is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed 175 pounds. He also has brown eyes and brown hair.
Ayden is a 3 feet tallboy with 45 pounds and brown eyes with black hair. The three-year-old girl, Yulianna Mendez, is 2 feet 6 inches tall weighing 30 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
The Facebook page of the Hamilton Police Department revealed that the suspect Francisco Mendez himself turned up with the two kids. The police haven’t revealed yet any information about where the kids were found and whether Francisco will face any charges or not. The investigations are on, and only time will reveal the truth about the incident.
AMBER is an acronym for America’s Missing: Broadcast and Emergency Response. AMBER alert is also called child abduction emergency alert. The system originated in the United States in 1996. A message is circulated through a child abduction alert system which requests and asks the public for help in finding the missing child.