Amber alert canceled for Adelphi boy
Updated, 3:16 p.m.:
Aaron Gamez was returned safe around 2 p.m. this afternoon, Prince George's County police said. Jose Alex Turciso, the ex-boyfriend of Gamez's mother, dropped the boy off in front of a family member's residence in the 6000 block of Rosedale Drive in Hyattsville and then fled, police said.
The boy was unharmed and the police are currently looking for Turciso.
Prince George’s County Police issued an amber alert early Saturday for a 2-year-old boy whose mother said was abducted by her ex-boyfriend.
Police identified the missing child as Aaron Gamez of the 9400 block of Adelphi Road in Adelphi. They said his mother reported him missing Friday afternoon and told police that her ex-boyfriend abducted the child in front of the Mount Vernon Metro Station in Washington.
The suspect, Jose Alex Turciso, 22, was driving a 1999 Nissan Sentra with Maryland plates 5FGE91, police said.
Turciso is 5-feet-8 and 195 pounds, has a ponytail hairstyle and was wearing a cream-colored shirt and blue jeans, police said. He has the following tattoos: “LIDIA” on the left side of his neck and “ICE” on his right forearm.
Police said the child, who is 3 feet tall, weighs 40 pounds, has curly bushy hair and was wearing a red shirt and blue pants.
Anyone with information was asked to call 911.
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