Texas Amber Alert: Baby abducted from Houston after fatal stabbing


PUBLISHED Tue, December 19, 2017 - 6:48pm EST


A Texas Amber Alert has been issued for 11-month-old Shanally Flores after she was allegedly abducted from Houston by her father, who is the suspect in a fatal stabbing. Anyone with information is urged to call 911 immediately.





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The incident was first reported on Tuesday afternoon when a woman was found fatally stabbed in an apartment at 185 Goodson Drive in the Greenspoint district in northern Harris County. The woman's baby, Shanally Flores, was then reported missing.

The child is believed to have been taken by her father, Thomas Bernardez. He is also a suspect in the woman's death, but specific details about the circumstances of the stabbing and the child's abduction were not immediately clear. It's unclear if Bernardez has legal custody of the child.

Bernardez is believed to have taken the child in a blue 2000 Toyota Celica with a black hood and Texas license plate number CM7-L340. It is unknown where Bernardez may be taking the child.

A photo of Bernardez was not immediately released, but he is described as a black male originally from Honduras. Shanally is described by authorities as an 11-month-old female who is believed to be Honduran and possibly of black or mixed race origin.

Anyone who sees Shanally, Bernardez, or the suspect vehicle, is urged to call 911 immediately, or call the Houston Police Department if you have any other information that could help investigators in their search for Shannally.

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  Houston, TX     

 



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