5-Month-Old Columbus Twins Abducted in Car Theft, One Found One Still Missing
A big search and rescue were done in Ohio for a 5-month-old missing boy right after their car was stolen with him and his twin brother inside when their stepmom walked out of the car to pick up a food order, Police stated.
One of the twins was found abandoned on Monday at the Dayton International Airport, more than 70 miles away from Columbus, Ohio, where the said car was stolen from the step-parent, said the Police. However, the search is still on, Tuesday, for the other twin, Authorities said.
1 Twin Baby Found, 1 Missing After Car Stolen in Columbus, Ohio
According to a published post by ABC News, the missing twin was identified as Kason Thomass, confirmed by Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant at the news conference on the afternoon of Tuesday. Khair, Kason’s little twin was seen Tuesday morning at Dayton’s Airport.
Police Chief Elaine Bryant said that a 24-year-old, Nalah Jackson was identified to be their first person of interest. Bryant begged for the baby to be returned and said that their only concern is for Kason to be back and that they only want to make sure that Kason is safe.
Columbus Deputy Chief Smith Weir said that this is a cry for help and that they are asking the community to help them find the other child, Kason.
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