Amber Alert issued for two boys feared to be in critical danger
Authorities are searching for a father-of-two after the murder of his ex-wife and another man over the weekend, and the disappearance of her two sons.
Both brothers have dark hair and brown eyes and were last seen near 3200 West Van Buren Street in Phoenix Arizona.
It is believed that the boys are with their father, 46-year-old Dimas Coronado. He drives a light green Ford pickup with plate number ZUC-71-64 and is wanted for three counts of murder.
A warrant has been issued for his arrest, and the man is considered armed and dangerous. Police suspect that he is responsible for the death of the boys' mother.
The boys went missing after a double shooting on Saturday morning when 24-year-old Oralia Nunez and Omar Gonzales, 34, was shot and killed.
Oralia was eight months pregnant at the time of her death, and her unborn baby is the third homicide victim.
A roommate found the bodies when she returned from work and Oralia was still alive but succumbed to her wounds at the hospital later that day. Omar was pronounced dead at the scene.
The incident follows only a few months after Oralia and Dimas separated. According to sources close to the deceased, Oralia and Dimas were married for nine years.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Phoenix Police Department on 602-262-6151 or anonymously on 480-948-6377 or 1-800-343-8477. Spanish speakers may contact 480-837-8446.
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