Triple homicide at Tule River Indian Reservation

UPDATE: AMBER ALERT issued for two Tulare County girls ages 5 and 8

The Tulare County Sheriff's Department said two men and one woman were killed in a mass shooting at Chimney Road and Reservation Road on the Tule River Indian Reservation on Saturday. One juvenile boy was also injured by gunfire and was taken to the hospital. The condition of the juvenile has not been released.

According to the Tulare County Sheriff's Department, they responded to a call of shots fired just before 8 p.m. on Saturday night. When they arrived, they found four victims with two separate crime scenes on the same property. Investigators said one man, the woman, and the child were shot in a trailer. The other man was found in a shed on the same property.

Authorities are looking for 31-year-old Hector Celaya. They said he left the scene in a green Jeep Cherokee with his two daughters, Alyssa and Linea.

Hector Celaya is 5' 3" and weights 180 pounds, black hair with brown eyes. He has a tattoo with the name Alyssa on his right leg and a tattoo of a shark on his stomach. The Sheriff's Department said Celaya is armed and dangerous.

Alyssa, age 8, is described as 2'08', approximately 70 pounds with brown shoulder length hair and brown eyes.

Linea, age 5, is described as 2'04", approximately 70 pounds with brown shoulder length hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information regarding this case, the location of the suspect or Alyssa and Linea is encouraged to call the Sheriff's Office at 800-808-0488.

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