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Beaver Authorities on Lookout After Possible Child Abduction
12/08/2010
 

Two girls who were last seen at the Beaver Subway on Tuesday afternoon are possible abduction victims. Their biological mother who lives in Kansas City picked them up for visitation and was supposed to only go to Subway. The girls were not returned to their rightful home. The missing girls are 13 year old Jennifer Balderrama and 11 year old Aylin Balderrama. Jennifer has black hair and is 5'6" and was last seen wearing a white jacket and white shirt with blue jeans and white and green shoes. Aylin is 5'3" and was wearing an orange jacked with faded blue jeans and Nike shoes. The biological mother is Christina Ramos who is 5'6" and could be in route to Garden City where her brother in law lives or she could be headed to Mexico where family lives. She was driving a blue expedition with beige around the bottom. She was last seen in Beaver at about 3:30. Please contact authorities if you think you find them.

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