DJ and Kalis

*FOUND SAFE*: Two missing children possibly kidnapped by murder suspect

UPDATE: Two missing children found safe, suspected murderer and girlfriend apprehended

Original Story

Texas authorities are asking the public to keep an eye out for two missing children who may be in the company of a murder suspect.

ABC 13 reports that a Houston Regional Amber Alert was issued for “DJ” Dominic Wilson, 9, and 11-month-old Kalis. The children were last seen at an apartment complex off of Ella Blvd., near Cypress Creek Parkway, on Sunday morning.

According to officials, a man at the apartment complex got into a heated argument with the boyfriend of his ex-girlfriend. The new boyfriend is accused of pulling out a gun and shooting the woman’s ex-boyfriend.

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The pair allegedly fled with the children in a 2019 black Cadillac sedan. The vehicle has paper tags and a partial tag number, 93060.

Officials said that DJ is the child of the mother who fled with the alleged shooter. Kalis is not her child. Two other children were inside the apartment with DJ and Kalis. The other children left the apartment with a woman who’s cooperating and talking with authorities.

“I can just say this, that they were taken by a male who just committed a felony by shooting an individual, so I wouldn’t take their safety for granted that they are okay,” Sgt. Greg Pinkins with HCSO Homicide told the outlet when he was asked if the children were in danger.

So far, there are no descriptions of the suspects. Their names have not yet been released.

Anyone with information is urged to contact HCSO investigators at 713-221-6000. You can also contact Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-TIPS (8477).

Check back for updates.

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[Feature Photo via Texas Center for the Missing]