YAKIMA, Wash. -- Yakima police received a complaint that 38-year-old Jorge Zamora Mora had took his two children from their mother and then left for Mexico.
The mother told police she did not give Mora permission to take the children outside of the country. She also said she didn't found out he had taken them until two days after he left Yakima.
Detectives said Mora and the two missing children match a description of a family who used a bus service to get to an unknown location in Mexico. They also said Mora may have used fake names for the children when he bought the tickets.
Mora violated a court order that restricts his visitation, police said.
A warrant has been issued for Mora for Custodial Interference 1st degree. The children have been entered in to National Crime Information Center as missing and endangered.
Anyone having information regarding the location of the suspect and these two children are encouraged to contact the Yakima Police department, or if they are outside of Yakima, their local law enforcement agency.
The suspect is:
- Jorge Zamora Mora, is a Hispanic male, DOB: 03/07/1974, 6’0” 220 lbs, brown eyes, very short black hair.
The missing children are:
- Jorge Alexis Mora Najar, Hispanic male, DOB: 07/01/2006, 4’0”, 55 lbs, brown eyes, black hair. He may have an alias of Raul Gonzalez.
- Marlen Mora, Hispanic female, DOB: 04/13/2008, 3’6”, 36 lbs, brown eyes, black hair. She may have an alias of Juanita Gonzalez.