MORENO VALLEY (CBSLA.com) — Two children, ages four and seven, were abducted on Wednesday night.
Moreno Valley Police officers received a call, saying that the children, Corey Stanley, 7, and Justine George, 4, were abducted by two adult males and a female.READ MORE: Body Of 87-Year-Old Woman Found In Freezer Of Riverside Home
The victims were walking with their foster parent in the 12900 block of Frederick Street in Moreno Valley shortly after 3 p.m. on Wednesday.
A white, newer model Chrysler 200 pulled alongside the victims, at which point two adults exited the vehicle. The female, later identified as the biological mother, forced the boys into the vehicle, as Justin resisted.
The vehicle was last seen traveling northbound on Frederick Street toward the 60 freeway in Moreno Valley.READ MORE: Pfizer Vaccine Safe For Kids 5-11, Study Finds
The driver of the vehicle was identified as Travis Rusty Jace, the children’s biological father. He is described as a Romanian male, 25 years of age, standing at 5’7″ and weighing 178 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. He is also known as Rusty Stanley.
The female suspect, identified as Angie Janie George, is described as a Romanian female, 24 years of age, standing at 5’03” and weighing 160 pounds. She has long black hair and brown eyes. She was wearing a black and gray long sleeve hooded shirt, with black pants and black ankle-high boots.
The third suspect is described as a black male adult, standing around 5’10” and weighing 150-to-180 pounds. He was wearing a green baseball cap, white shirt, black and gray hooded sweater, and black tight-fitting pants and white shoes.
The suspect vehicle is described as a newer-model, four-door white Chrysler 200, with a white and yellow Sunrise paper license plate attached to the rear of the vehicle. There was no front license plate.MORE NEWS: Man Shot To Death During Botched Drug Deal In Hollywood
Anyone with information is urged to contact Investigator Marcuse at the MVPD at (951) 486-6700. After-hours and on weekends, the department may be reached at (951) 776-1099. Tips may also be submitted using Crime Tips.