Amber Alert is issued for missing two-year-old boy Rudy Oziah Reyes last seen at an Idaho gas station after he was kidnapped taken from his front yard
- The alert described Rudy as two feet tall with black hair and brown eyes
A two-year-old boy was reported missing, as local police delivered an amber alert to citizens of Idaho, Oregon and Washington on their mobile devices.
Rudy Oziah Reyes was last seen on Thursday at the Stinker gas station at 803 12th Ave. S. in Nampa, Idaho after being taken from a location at 81 N. Yale St. also in Nampa at 10:55am, said the alert – which came out at 3pm on Thursday.
The alert described Rudy as two feet tall with black hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a gray-and-white T-shirt with a hooded sweatshirt and diaper. He had no pants or shoes on.
The suspect was named as the boy’s non-custodial father, Rodolfo Reyes – who was described as being 5 feet 9 inches, 190 pounds, with brown hair and black eyes.
Tattoos on his head, face and neck read: ‘woman hat,’ ‘Lil Rudy,’ ‘southside cliq,’ Joelle, ‘M’ and ‘horn.’
According to Nampa police, Reyes was driving either a gray 2008 Lexus with Idaho license plate number 2CTJ790 or a gray 2018 Honda Civic with Idaho plate number O19YOR.
Nampa police have urged anyone with information regarding the case to call either 911 or 208-465-2293.
There were 337,195 reports of missing persons in 2021, according to the National Crime Information Center.
There were over 90,000 active reports at the end of that year.
Youth accounted for 32 percent of active missing persons records in 2021.
In 2022, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention provided over $50million to find missing children.