Missing 16 Year Old Teenager Found Safe From Prince William County, Police Arrest Suspect

Missing 16 Year Old Teenager Found Safe From Prince William County, Police Arrest Suspect

A 16-year-old young lady who was kidnapped in Woodbridge early Sunday morning has been found.

Police say Sinahi Aguilar Cruz has been discovered safe in Prince William County starting at 2:47 p.m. They likewise found 21-year-old Roberto Medrano Segovia, who is accepted to have snatched Cruz, and arrested him.

Virginia State Police issued an Amber Alert for Cruz at 1:43 a.m. after officers from the Prince William County Police Department reacted to a report of a conceivable snatching in the 14800 square of Danville Road in Woodbridge.

An underlying examination uncovered that Cruz was going to a gathering on Danville Road with Segovia when the two got into a verbal squabble and isolated. At a certain point, Cruz left the home and witnesses watched Segovia constraining her into a vehicle, which was depicted as a dull shading Honda Civic, potentially a hatchback.

Cruz was portrayed as being 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighing 125 pounds with long, straight darker hair and darker eyes and was most recently seen wearing a white long sleeve shirt with purple stripes, denim jean pants and a light hued coat.

Segovia was depicted as a Hispanic male with dark colored eyes and short dark hair and was most recently seen wearing a dark slipover shirt, loose blue denim pants and white Air Jordan tennis shoes.

Criminologists from the Prince William County Police Department are as of now directing meetings to decide precisely what happened.

The examination is continuous.

Missing 16 Year Old Teenager Found Safe From Prince William County, Police Arrest Suspect was last modified: October 15th, 2017 by Ginny Weasley

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