NewsFlorida News


Amber Alert canceled for two Florida children, case resolved

Posted at 8:46 PM, Sep 27, 2018

LIVE OAK, Fla. —

UPDATE | Authorities have canceled an Amber Alert for two missing Florida children after the case was resolved.

Brian Mejias, 7, and Gabriela Mejias, 6, were last seen in the area of the 900 block of Ohio Avenue North in Live Oak. 

Brian is wearing a red shirt and blue jean shorts and Gabriela was last seen wearing a pink dress. 

Brian is described as 4-feet tall white-Hispanic, weighing 43 pounds. He has short black hair with a hard part to the left. He is missing teeth on the top right and has a scar on the right side of his forehead, below his hairline.

Gabriela is described as 3-feet tall white-Hispanic weighing 36 pounds with black long hair and brown eyes. She has dimples and all her teeth are crowned, except the front four. 

Both children may be traveling in a black Toyota Camry, with a Texas license plate. The Camry has dark-tinted windows and is possibly being driven by a male named Rochie. 

Officials say the Camry is possibly traveling in a caravan of three vehicles. 

The other possible vehicle is a grey Chevy Tahoe or Suburban with lightly- tinted windows, and a Texas license plate. 

Another possible vehicle is a beige Chevy Tahoe or Suburban with no tint, possibly being driven by a male named Melecio and an occupant named Alexia. 

Officials say there are possibly 13 people in total and the two children.

They may be traveling west towards Texas or west towards Madison. 

If you have any information on the whereabouts of these children please contact the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office at 386-362-2222 or 911.