2-year-old Idaho boy found safe after Amber Alert; non-custodial father still wanted
NAMPA, Idaho (Gray News) – Idaho State Police canceled a three-state Amber Alert on Saturday that had been issued two days earlier for a 2-year-old boy, but the search continues for the man believed to have kidnapped him.
Idaho police said they believed the child, named Rudy Oziah Reyes, was in danger. Police said he was taken from a yard in Nampa, Idaho, on Thursday. The Amber Alert had been extended to Washington and Oregon.
Police reported Saturday the child was located and is safe, but the alleged kidnapper, 36-year-old Rodolfo Reyes, the boy’s non-custodial father, is still missing and is wanted on several charges.
The Nampa Police Department issued an Amber Alert at about 3 p.m. on Thursday.
Police are looking for a 2-year-old boy named Rudy Reyes. He was taken from a location at 81 N. Yale St. in Nampa and was last seen at the Stinker gas station at 803 12th Ave. S. in Nampa, according to the alert.
Rudy was described in the alert as 2 feet tall with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray-and-white T-shirt with a hooded sweatshirt and diaper. He had no pants or shoes on, according to the alert.
The alert named 36-year-old Rodolfo Reyes as the suspect. Reyes was described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighs 190 pounds and has brown hair with black eyes. He has tattoos on his head, face and neck that say “woman hat,” “Lil Rudy,” “southside cliq,” Joelle, “M” and “horn.”
Police believe Reyes is in a gray 2008 Lexus with Idaho license plate number 2CTJ790 or a gray 2018 Honda Civic with Idaho plate number O19YOR.
Anyone with information concerning Rudy is asked to call 911 or Nampa police at 208-465-2293.