AMBER ALERT ISSUED IN NAMPA

Suspect: Sierra Martinez

This is an activation of the Idaho AMBER Alert System.

We have just received this important information regarding an abducted child in
NAMPA ID
Nampa Police Department is looking for a child who was last seen at 423 14TH AVE S NAMPA ID 83651 and is believed to be in imminent danger.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this child, please contact
2084652257 or 911 immediately.

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VICTIM 1: HOLMBERG,SAPPHIRA
Age: 11 Months
Sex: Female
Race: White
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Brown
Height: 2’00”
Weight: 025 lbs
Clothing: UNK CLOTHING HAS A WHI PATCH SCAR UNDER HER ARM PIT

VICTIM 2: HOLMBERG,MALIK B
Age: 1
Sex: M
Race: White
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue
Height: 2’08”
Weight: 035 lbs
Clothing: UNK CLOTHING, HAS A FRECKLE ON LEFT EAR, BIRTHMARK ON BACK OF HEAD AT THE BASE
OF NECK AND BIRTH MARK ON CENTER OF THE CHEST

SUSPECT: MARTINEZ, SIERRA RUBY
Age: 20
SEX: Female
RACE: White
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Green
Height: 5’03”
Weight: 165 lbs
Identifying Features: DRK HAIR WITH ONE SIDE SHAVEN
Vehicle Description: BLUE 2003 HONDA PILOT WITH NO PLATES OR POSSIBLE STOLEN PLATES
VIN: 2HKYF18653H507919
Direction of Travel: POSSIBLY EN ROUTE TO LAKE LOWELL AREA

Incident Location Address: 423 14TH AVE S
Incident City: NAMPA
Incident State: ID
Incident Zip Code: 83651

Incident Summary: ATTEMPTING TO LOCATED CHILDREN BELIEVED TO BE WITH THEIR BABYSITTER WHO IS BELIEVED TO BE USING DRUGS

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