Update: Idaho Amber Alert canceled, children found safe
UPDATE: An Amber Alert issued Monday morning has been canceled. Police found the suspect and both children. The Nampa Police Department had no further details at this time.
*** AMBER ALERT UPDATE ***
Good News! The children from the Nampa AMBER Alert have been located safe. The person of interest has also been located. We are still investigating the circumstances.
Thank You for your help! pic.twitter.com/wHPtRjs7mI
— Nampa PD (@NampaPolice1) June 27, 2022
NAMPA, Idaho — An Amber Alert has been issued for two children in Nampa, Idaho. Authorities suspect both were abducted by their babysitter. Police believe the children to be in immediate danger.
The suspect is 20-year-old Sierra Martinez who is described as a white female with brown hair and green eyes. She is 5 feet 3 inches tall, weighing approximately 165 lbs. Police suspect Martinez of using drugs.
The two missing children are 1-year-old Malik Holmberg and 11-month-old Sapphira Holmberg.
They are believed to be traveling in a 2003, blue Honda Pilot with missing plates. Police do not believe they are headed to Utah at this time.
Please call Nampa Police Department with any information 208-465-2206 or call 911.
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