Law enforcement is searching for: Martin Cisneras Rosales, 34; Lillyana Ramires and Martin Angel Rosales; and Amber Schenck with Martin Angel Rosales.
by Timothy Rutt
The California Highway Patrol sent out an Amber alert Thursday night, looking for two children abducted from Elko, Nevada on Aug. 14.
The missing children are Lillyana Ramires, 9, Hispanic female, and Martin Angel Rosales, 3, Hispanic male. The suspects are Martin Cisneras Rosales, 34. described as an Hispanic male, and Amber Schenck, 29, a white female. Schenck is the children's mother, and the elder Rosales is the boy's biological father.
The pair are possibly driving a blue Ford Mustang, unknown year, possibly with Nebraska license plate or temporary paper plates.
The Nevada Highway Patrol says that the children were in the custody of child protective services when they were taken by their parents. According to a statement from Nevada authorities, law enforcement believes the children are "in danger of serious bodily injury or death." They also say that the elder Rosales has a violent history with law enforcement.
They may be headed to or in the Sacramento area, the statement said.