PHOENIX (AP) – An Amber Alert was released on Saturday for two young brothers and their birth father, as the boys' mother and a male roommate were shot dead in the Phoenix House, where police said the victims and Boys lived. 19659002] The warning states that 47-year-old Dimas Coronado may have fled with the boys to Mexico, but Sgt. Armando Carbajal, a police spokesman, said the investigators had no specific information about the whereabouts of Coronado or the boy.
Police say Coronado 2009 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck was found unoccupied over six blocks from the house where the filming took place. There were no signs of him or the boy.
The mother and Coronado were married but estranged, and it is not clear if they remained married, Carbajal said.
Police say a relative of a victim is called police on early Saturday after they shot them and found the boys. The relative said the boys had been with their mother the night before.
Police initially identified the boys as 8-year-old Victor Coronado Nunez and 5-year-old Jonathan Coronado Nunez, but the alert later identified them as Victor Nunez-Coronado and Jonathan Nunez-Coronado
Carbajal said that the revised name for the boys probably reflected information that was re-learned by detectives. The investigation was at an early stage, he said.