PHOENIX — Phoenix Police are searching for 29-year-old Juan Francisco Alvarado-Meza after he reportedly forced entry into his girlfriend’s apartment near 36th Street and Van Buren Saturday night at around 8:00 p.m.
According to reports, upon entry into the apartment, Alvarado-Meza knocked a male victim unconscious. When the man regained consciousness, the suspect, his 19-year-old girlfriend Jazmine and her two-year-old daughter Trina were all gone.
While Alvardo-Meza is being sought for aggravated assault, it’s still unclear to police whether the two female victims left the apartment voluntarily or not.
Sgt. Steve Marcos of the Phoenix Police Department said detectives would like to check welfare on both Jazmine and Trina.
Police ask that if anyone has information on the case, please call the Phoenix Police Department at (602)-262-6141.
If anyone would like to remain anonymous, they can call Silent Witness at (480)-WITNESS or (480)-TESTIGO in Spanish.
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