If you have information, please contact San Antonio Police Department, 210-207-7660
THIS IS A CHILD ABDUCTION
ALERT ISSUED BY THE TEXAS AMBER ALERT NETWORK
The SAN ANTONIO POLICE DEPARTMENT is searching for JONATHAN JOSE GUILLEN
JR, HISPANIC, MALE, 11 MONTHS old, 01302012 DOB, 2 FT 6 INCHES, 25 LBS,
BROWN HAIR, HAZEL EYES and LAST SEEN WEARING BLUE JEANS AND A RED
Police are looking for JONATHAN GUILLEN SR, HISPANIC, MALE, 23 years
old, 11221989 DOB, 5 FT 8 INCHES, 185 LBS, BROWN HAIR, BROWN EYES AND
WEARING A WHITE MUSCLE SHIRT WITH BLACK OR RED SHORTS, IN HIS abduction.
The suspect is driving a BLACK, 2002, CHEVY, TRAIL BLAZER with a TEXAS
License Plate Number of 7CZTJ. The suspect was last heard from in SAN
Law enforcement officials believe this child to be in grave or immediate
If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the SAN
ANTONIO POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 210 207 7660.
News Media Point of Contact is SAN ANTONIO POLICE DEPARTMENT at 210 207
Jonathan Jose Guillen Jr.
2 feet 6 inches
The child's date of birth is 01/30/2012. He was last seen wearing blue jeans a red hooded sweatshirt.
Jonathan Guillen Sr.
5 feet 8 inches
The suspect's date of birth is 11/22/1989. He was last seen wearing a white muscle shirt with black or red shorts.
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