Authorities Seek Suspect After Texas County Kidnapping

Steven Rains - August 22, 2019 3:08 pm

On July 4th 2019, our department was made aware of a kidnapping involving a 14 year old female victim that took place at Mile 33 and Road V in Texas County, Oklahoma. The Texas County Sheriff’s Department along with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics followed multiple leads and was able to find a possible location for the victim. With the assistance of the Schuyler Police Department, Nebraska, our victim has been safely placed in protective custody. At this time, we are asking for the public’s assistance in locating the suspect, Diego Lorenzo-Tino. Lorenzo-Tino is described as a 27 year old Guatemalan male approximately 5’ 6”, 140lbs, black hair and brown eyes. He could possibly be driving a silver 4 door Honda Civic unknown year. Lorenzo-Tino was last seen in the area of Schuyler, Nebraska, but has ties in Guymon, Oklahoma; Dalhart, Texas; and Birmingham, Alabama. He could also be attempting to flee the country. Lorenzo-Tino will currently have an active Felony Kidnapping warrant out of Texas County, Oklahoma with charges pending in Schuyler, Nebraska as well. Lorenzo-Tino has been known to use multiple aliases including Erick Brindis, Brindis Diego Lorenzo, Erick Lorenzo-Tino, Lorenzo Diego, and Brindis Diego. Lorenzo-Tino has re-entered the country illegally after being deported in October of 2016. This investigation is still on going at this time. Any information or tips may be reported to Texas County Sheriff’s Department at 580-338-4000. If you see this individual please do not approach and contact your local law enforcement.

 

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