Missing: Amber Alert issued for two missing children
Two children from Florida, named Brian Mejias and Gabriela Mejias, have been reported missing by and an Amber Alert has been issued.
7-year-old Brian and 6-year-old Gabriela are believed to have been abducted and the alert was sent off on Thursday night, September 27, 2018.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement took to its Twitter account to share photos and information about the children that could help find them.
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The children were last seen in Suwannee County and they both have very distinct features that could possibly help identify them.
Brian is described as being a white-Hispanic male, standing at 4 feet tall and weighing 43 pounds. He has brown eyes, short black hair with a hard part on the left and is missing teeth on the top right of his mouth.
His most noticeable feature might be the scar below his hairline on the right side of his forehead and the last time he was spotted he was wearing a red shirt and blue jean shorts.
WHAT ABOUT GABRIELA?
As for Gabriela, she is described as a white-Hispanic female, standing at 3 feet tall and weighing 36 pounds. Her hair is black, long and it reaches past her waist.
She has brown eyes like Brian, has particularly noticeable dimples and her teeth are all crowned except for the front four. She was wearing a pink dress at the time of her disappearance.
Officials believe that the two may be traveling either toward Texas or Madison, in Florida, in a black Toyota Camry with tinted windows and a Texas license plate.
A SECOND CASE
The car is possibly being driven by a man named Rochie and they may be traveling alongside two other vehicles: two grey or beige Chevy Tahoe or Suburban.
But Brian and Gabriela were not the only ones reported missing on Thursday; Malaya Johnson, from Hudson Falls, was seen getting into a red Ford Mustang while wearing pink faded jeans and a white tank top.
Although the car has been found, there are no leads regarding Malaya's whereabouts, but it is known that her last location was at the Staten Island Ferry, where she was seen carrying a backpack.