Amber Alert Issued for Missing 16-Year-Old Monterey Co. Girl
SAN ARDO - A statewide Amber Alert was issued Sunday for a missing 16-year-old girl from San Ardo, California.
Monterey County Sheriff's deputies responded Saturday about 10 p.m. to a residence at 62240 Railroad Avenue in San Ardo after a report of a homeowner discovering two dead bodies inside the house.
Detectives were called to the scene to continue the investigation. Investigators say the two dead men were identified as Hector Reyes and Daniel Fraga. The homeowner's 16-year-old daughter, Eunice Serrato, was also reported as missing from the residence.
Sheriff's investigators say Eunice Serrato’s boyfriend, Juan Manuel Salazar Jr., and his father, Juan Manuel Salazar, are both person’s of interest in this case. Authorities say Serrato is believed to be with them and they could be taking Serrato to Mexico.
Eunice Serrato has dark, shoulder length hair. She's about 5'5", weight approximately 130 pounds and was wearing a blue and white shirt, a pink jacket, sandals and blue jeans when last seen. Eunice has three tattoos: "3/10/10" on right right middle finger, "Love" on her back, and "Vellen" on upper right leg.
Juan Salazar, Sr. is a Hispanic male with long brown hair, weighs approximately 150 pounds and is about 5'8". His son, Juan Miguel Salazar, Jr. is also Hispanic, also weighs about 150 pounds and is also approximately 5'8" and wears glasses. The men's ages were not provided.
They could be driving a blue Chevrolet Tahoe with California license plate number 6W54124.
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to call Detective Brett Speirs at 831-755-3805 or the TIP line at 888-833-4847.