VANCOUVER, Wash. — An Amber Alert was canceled Friday after deputies located a 15-year-old girl who was reportedly abducted by her mother's boyfriend in Vancouver, Wash., the Clark County Sheriff's Office said.
Catherine Gizzel Gutierrez, 15, was located in Portland, Oregon and reunited with her family.
The suspect, 53-year-old Alejandrino Robledo Soriano, reportedly abducted Catherine on Thursday, Sept. 8. He has not been located.
He may be driving a dark blue 2004 Honda Accord with a Washington license plate. The car was last seen near Northeast 58th Street and 199th Street in East Vancouver.
Deputies said Soriano left with Catherine after assaulting the girl's mother and leaving her with a concussion. Catherine’s mother showed detectives evidence that Soriano has been violent with her on numerous occasions in the past, including numerous injuries from previous altercations such as multiple bruises, a broken finger and badly injured arm.
Catherine’s mother told police she suspects Catherine did not go willingly with Soriano.
Detectives have established probable cause for the arrest of Soriano for second-degree assault (DV).
The Honda Accord that he was last seen driving was reported to have a switched and stolen Washington plate. The plate number on the vehicle is unknown.
Anyone with any information about Soriano's location is asked to call 911.