One kidnapped Ohio infant found, search continues for twin
One of the two newborns who were taken from a parking lot in Columbus, Ohio, on Monday night has been found, but police are still looking for the second youngster.
The black 2010 four-door Honda Accord that Nalah Jackson is suspected of driving has been reported stolen, and authorities have issued a photo of the suspect.
Kason and Ky’air Thomas’ mother left the two babies in their running car seats as she entered a restaurant on Monday at 9:45 p.m. EST. The car was gone when she came back, which prompted the creation of an Amber Alert for the missing twins.
Ky’air Thomas was discovered on Tuesday at the Dayton International Airport outside, seated in a car seat. That day, the temperature ranged from 37.4 to 18.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
Thomas Kason is still missing.
As of 4:30 p.m. EST, there have been no confirmed sightings, thus the Amber Alert has not been expanded to adjacent states but is still in effect in Ohio.
On Wednesday, police said that they had spoken with witnesses who had seen Jackson near the airport parking lot on Tuesday.
Tuesday was spent by family members looking for the missing infants in parking lots and shopping centers.