The Arizona authorities issued a warrant on Sunday against Dimas Coronado, 47, accused of having murdered the mother of his two children and another man before they escaped by taking the two children.
On Saturday, the Phoenix police issued an Amber warning for the disappearance of two little brothers, when the mother and a man were shot in a house where the two victims and children lived.
The children were identified as Víctor Núñez Coronado, 8 years old, and Jonathan Núñez Coronado, 5 years old.
The warning indicated that Coronado I could have fled to Mexico with the childrenbut Sergeant Armando Carbajal, a spokesman for the police, said the researchers they have no clear indications about the whereabouts of the man and their children.
The police first said they wanted to talk about the case with Coronado, who had not been charged, but this Sunday Carbajal said that the man would be arrested on three charges for the double murder.
The authorities indicated that the white pickup Chevrolet Silverado 2009 pick-up from Coronado was found without anyone aboard six blocks from the house where the recordings were recorded. There were no signs of him or the minors. Hours later they determined that the man changed from pick-up, to an older model Ford, aquamarine with white. This vehicle has a Mexican license plate: ZUD7164.
The mother of the children and Coronado were married, but at the moment they were divorced and for now it is unknown if they were still married, Carbajal said.
According to the authorities, a relative of the woman called the police on Saturday morning after finding the two deaths and noted that the children were not at home. The relative assured that the two brothers were in company with their mother last night.
Coronado is described as a 47-year-old Spanish man, about 5 ½ "long and weighing 180 pounds, with brown hair, crocheted eyes and mustache." He has used lenses, but it is not clear if he has them today .
For his part, Víctor, the 8-year-old boy, is about 4 meters tall and weighs 60 liveries, with brown hair and eyes. His brother, Jonathan, is 3 feet tall and weighs 45 pounds.
If someone has information about the children or if his parent is asked to communicate urgently with the Phoenix police at 602-262-6151, or 480-WITNESS or 480-GITNESS for attention in Spanish.
The Latin boy disappeared for more than a decade