YREKA, Calif-- On Sunday, Yreka California Highway Patrol announced that two missing twins from Vancouver, Washington have been found safe.
According to Yreka CHP, yesterday morning the CHP Yreka Communications Center received a notification from the Clark County Sheriff's Department to be on the look out for a man that was being accused of taking his twin two-year old nephews from their home in Vancouver, Washington.
Police say that they were informed that the suspect, Ronald M. Hidalgo, was driving a 2018 Grey Jeep Renegade and could be in the area.
According to Yreka CHP, they were tipped off by the Hornbrook Agricultural Station, that Hidalgo's Jeep had recently driven through their facility and was last seen traveling southbound on I-5.
Police say that the Jeep was located and stopped by a CHP Yreka unit on I-5 northbound in North Yreka. That's when the suspect was taken into custody, without incident, and both children were found safe in the vehicle.
The suspect has been booked into the Siskiyou County Jail and the children were taken to the CHP Yreka Area Office.
Both children have since been picked up by their parents, who drove down from their home in Washington.