Denver Police are looking for two missing boys, Hector Gonzales, 11, and his cousin Luis Cuevas, 16. The two boys may be in the company of 35 year old Edson Alonso.
Tuesday afternoon, Hector Gonzales, 11, left Cowell Elementary School located at 4540 W. 10th Ave. with his cousin Luis Cuevas, 16.
This was their last known location and both boys were still missing.
The boys may be in the company of Edson Alonso, 35. Edson is possibly driving a Silver 2005 Ford Explorer, Colorado license plate number 177-LYU. (CBS4)
Hector Gonzales (11) is Hispanic, 4-feet-9, 75 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a gray and red jacket.
Luis Cuevas (16) is Hispanic, 5-feet-5, 110 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black hooded sweat shirt.
Edson Alonso (35) is Hispanic, 5-feet-4, 158 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. (Rocky Mountain News)
If anyone has any information regarding these two boys, please call your Missing Persons Unit at 720-913-6911 or call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.
UPDATE: Missing 11-year-old found in Mexico, Denver Post
An 11-year-old boy and his 16-year-old cousin, missing since Wednesday, have been found alive and well at a relative’s home in Mexico.
Hector Gonzales, 11, and Luis Cuevas, 16, were reported to be with a grandmother in Chihuahua, Mexico last night. They had traveled there with Edson Alonso, 35, a friend of the Gonzales family. The last time the boys had been seen was leaving Cowell Elementary School Wednesday afternoon.
Denver police reported they received a call Thursday night from the grandmother, who said that Alonso and Cuevas fled from her home when she made the call to police. She said Gonzales is in good condition.
Denver Police said they are investigating the incident with the possibility of federal kidnapping charges being filed. (Denver Post)
(Hat Tip: Kim & Brandi)