AMBER Alert Cancelled For Three Missing Kids from Brownsburg
BROWNSBURG, Ind. -- The AMBER Alert for three young boys from Brownsburg has been cancelled.
Brownsburg Police say the children have been found and are unhurt. Their father, Christhian Garcia, is in custody.
This is a developing story. More information will be posted as soon as it becomes available.
The Brownsburg Police Department needs your help finding three children who may be with their father who is accused of shooting two people last night.
- Johnson Garcia is a 2 year old Hispanic male, 2 feet 11 inches, 33 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
- Christhian Garcia is a 5 year old Hispanic male, 3 feet 7 inches tall, 40 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
- Marcos Garcia is an 8 year old Hispanic male, 4 feet 3 inches tall, 75 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
The children were last seen on at 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 15 in Indianapolis and are believed to be in extreme danger.
The Brownsburg Police Department believes the children were likely abducted by their father, Christhian Garcia, a 25 year old Hispanic male, with brown hair and brown eyes. Garcia is accused of shooting two people Wednesday night in the parking lot of a HomeGoods distribution center in Brownsburg.
If you have any information please contact the Brownsburg Police Department at 1-888-582-6237 or 911.
BROWNSBURG, Ind. -- Two people were shot in the parking lot of a HomeGoods distribution center Tuesday night in Brownsburg. Police believe the man and woman were shot by someone they knew.
"They are in the hospital in very serious condition," said Brownsburg PD spokesperson Jennifer Barrett. The woman was ID'd as Alicia Canizales, 22, and the man was ID'd as Jesus Huesca. Police say at least one of the victims was an employee of Home Goods.
Investigators had not made an arrest Wednesday morning, but did believe they knew who did it.
"We do have a primary suspect. The suspect is a male and the suspect is not in custody," said Barrett.
Police thought the suspect, Christhian Garcia, 25, may have been holed up in a house on the west side of Indianapolis early this morning, but the SWAT team did not find him. Police also believe he has three kids with him, and that Garcia and Canizales may have been living together.
Language barriers may be hindering the investigation, said police.
As of 8 a.m. Wednesday, Garcia remains at large.
Photo provided by the Indiana State Police.