Alert issued to find two missing Hispanic girls in Florida

The missing child alert was issued this Wednesday morning in the Southwest Florida region.

Photo: Fort Myers Police Department/Courtesy

MIAMI – The authorities of Florida (USA) issued an alert on Wednesday to try to find two young Latina girls who have disappeared in the region.

It’s about the baby Genesis Barrios, two months old, and Yazmín Barrios, two years oldThe Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) said in a statement.

The girls of Fort Myers, on the Florida coast of the Gulf of Mexico, they may be traveling in a gray 2013 Dodge Dart in the company of Evelin Sánchez Rojas, 25, and Inmer Barrios, 35.

The missing child alert was issued this Wednesday in the morning in the Southwest Florida region and the last time the little ones were seen was in Fort Myers.

The authorities have not provided details about the kinship or relationship between Sánchez Rojas and Inmer Barrios and the disappeared girls.

According to the alert, Genesis was last seen wearing a long-sleeved blue jumpsuit and carrying a pink blanket, while Yazmin wore a pink two-piece set with silver stars.

The authorities asked the population if they have information on the whereabouts of the two Latin girls. to contact the Fort Myers Police Department or call the 911 emergency number.