AMBER ALERT: After woman gets shot, twin babies in ‘extreme danger’ are now missing

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation issued an AMBER Alert Tuesday for two infants who disappeared from Savannah.

One-month-old twins, Lorenzo and Matteo Rogers, were last seen at the 1500 Block of East 36th Street at around 10:20 a.m. on May 11. According to police, the twins could be in a Nissan Altima or Kia Optima, driven by a woman possibly identified as “Kathleen.”

WGXA News reports that the suspect allegedly fled with the babies after a woman was shot at the residence. The name of the victim and the alleged shooter have not been released.

“Kathleen” [Photo: Savannah Police Department]
Kathleen is described as having black hair, brown eyes, and weighing around 300 pounds. Authorities said the infants could be in extreme danger.

Anyone with information should contact 911 or the Savannah Police Department at 912-351-3400.

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[Feature Photo via Savannah PD]