CALDWELL, IDAHO - An Amber Alert issued for three Idaho children taken last week by their non-custodial mother has been canceled.
Detectives with the Caldwell Police Department and special agents of the FBI Salt Lake City Division have learned that all four of the individuals were seen crossing into Mexico as early as Sunday evening.
A witness says the children seemed to be unharmed as they drove across the border with their mother in a grey, 4-door, Pontiac 6000 (Nevada license plate number 389XPR), the same car they left Idaho in.
The three children, who were living in foster care in Caldwell, ID were taken by their non custodial mother, 35-year old Bertha Sabala Guerrero.
Media and the public in several states were alerted to the disappearance of the children, 5-year-old Esmerelda Guerrero-Lopez (female), 7-year-old Mirella Guerrero-Lopez (female), and 9-year-old Ubaldo Guerrero-Lopez Jr. (male).
The investigation shows Guerrero drove through Nevada and Arizona to cross into Mexico.
Detectives with the Caldwell Police Department and FBI special agents continue to investigate this case. A state arrest warrant was issued in Idaho for Guerrero that allows for nationwide extradition. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Caldwell Police Department in Idaho at (208) 454-7531.
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