San Benito Police Request Public’s Help on Welfare Concern Case
SAN BENITO - San Benito police is asking the public to help them locate two children.
A welfare concern was filed for 11-year-old Alondra Sanchez Rosales and her brother 15-year-old Brandon Rosales Sanchez.
Police believe the children might be in danger. They were last seen Thursday.
They believe the children are with their mother, Juana Juarez Rosales and her boyfriend Cristian Hernandez Lopez. Both were last seen driving a white two-door Cavalier with license plates TVF-367.
Anyone with information on the children’s location can call San Benito police at 956-361-3880.
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