UPDATE: Wednesday, 2:25 p.m.
Authorties in Florida say that missing toddler and his murder suspect father were last seen there.
According to an updated AMBER Alert shared on the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Twitter account, King Kane Crocket was last seen in Gainesville, Florida, and police believe he may be in the company of his father Caesar Lamar Crockett, a suspect in a triple homicide.
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The AMBER Alert flyer has been updated for 2-year-old King Crockett, last seen in Gainesville, FL. The child could be with Caesar Crockett. Do Not Approach. Call Bibb County Sheriff's Office (GA) 478-751-7500 or 911. pic.twitter.com/PbRCVhEYws
— FDLE (@fdlepio) April 1, 2020
It is not clear exactly when the toddler was seen in Gainesville, or if authorities believe he traveled there from Georgia, where he is from. The details of the triple homocide are also unknown.
A 2-year-old Georgia boy is missing after his father allegedly killed three people.
As WSB-TV reports, authorities have issued an AMBER Alert for King Kane Crocket of Macon, who is believed to be with his father Caesar Lamar Crockett. The father is the prime suspect in the triple homicide of three of his family members, who have not yet been identfieid.
The elder Crockett, 29, is facing kidnapping charges and three counts of murder.
Authorities in Bibb County believe that the father and son are traveling in traveling in a black 2007 Pontiac G5 coupe, with temporary tag number S0325629. The suspect reportedly has family in Georgia and in Florida.
— AJC (@ajc) April 1, 2020
Caesar Crockett is described as 6 feet, 1 inch tall and weighing about 185 to 200 pounds. When he was last seen, he was wearing black shorts with red and white stripes, and a black long-sleeve T-shirt.
King Crockett is described in the report as 3 feet, 1 inch tall, and 34 pounds. He was last seen wearing blue jogging pants with a white stripe, a black shirt, and a black-and-white hooded sweatshirt with a Superman logo.
Anyone with information or who sees the pair is urged to call 911 or the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500.
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