Mother, Daughter Abducted May Be Traveling in Arizona

A mother and her 6-year old daughter, who have been abducted by the girl’s father, are considered to be in danger and may be traveling through Arizona after the suspect’s vehicle was spotted Monday in Yavapai County.

The Department of Public Safety has released information that  6-year-old Rachel Zecena was taken by Alexis R. Zecena-Lopez in Cumming, Ga. Reportedly the kidnapper also took Rachel’s mother, Balvanera Esperanz Parada-Olivas.

DPS reports that Zecena-Lopez has a long history of aggravated assault with a firearm, and is considered armed and dangerous. He is described a 55-year-old Hispanic man who is 5-foot-8 and 175 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

The kidnapper is reportedly driving a Ford Focus hatchback with Georgia license plate RVX 9470.

DPS said the car was seen on Interstate 40 near Seligman traveling westbound. It is believed Zecena-Lopez is traveling to California with the child and her mother.

The 6-year old girl is described as Hispanic with black hair and brown eyes. The child’s mother Parada-Olivas is 5-foot-2 and 150 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

Officials ask that if you have any information or spot the vehicle, please call 911.

 

 


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