2-year-old allegedly abducted by own parents in Central Fresno, police say

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Police said Child Protective Services took Allison Sanchez from her parents Juan Guzman, 22, and Betsabet Martinez, 20, and placed her in the care of Allison's aunt.

The Fresno Police Department are searching for a two-year-old girl Saturday afternoon after she may have been abducted by her parents, authorities said.


Police said Child Protective Services took Allison Sanchez from her parents Juan Guzman, 22, and Betsabet Martinez, 20, and placed her in the care of Allison's aunt after police found weapons and drug paraphernalia at the couple's home the week before.

Allison was discovered to be missing from the aunt's house in Central Fresno and may have been abducted between 3 a.m. and 7 a.m. Saturday. Police said Guzman and Martinez do not have legal rights to the child and may attempt to flee the country.


Police describe Allison as being a Hispanic child with brown eyes, black hair, approximately 3-foot-6 and weighing 60 pounds. She may also be carrying a "My Little Pony" stuffed toy. Guzman and Martinez are said to be driving a silver 2005 Toyota Corolla.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at (559) 621-7000.

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