VIDEO: Children snatched from child services worker, suspects car found near Mexico border


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Authorities in Tucson have issued an Amber Alert for two children who were violently taken from a Department of Child Services employee Friday morning.

Tucson Police Dept. spokesman, Pete Dugan, said the parents of the children, 28-year old Andrea Vanessa Ramirez and Luis Alberto G. Herrera-Ramirez, 30, were on a supervised visit with their two children at a public park …  just before 11 a.m.

The article goes on to state the following:

The visit was facilitated by a DCS employee who brought 7-month-old Kahmila Ramirez and 5-year-old Luis Ramirez to the park for a supervised visit with their parents, said Dugan.

12NEWS.COM further reports:

Police said they found a car a father used to run off with his wife and two children parked near the Mexico border Saturday.

The car was unoccupied and law enforcement is still searching for the two young children, police said.

…Their father threatened a Department of Child Services worker with a stun gun and duct-taped her during a supervised visit.

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