AMBER ALERT: Suspect has ties to Riverside, police say

COLUMBUS — A Ohio Amber Alert has been issued after twin boys, Ky’air and Kason Thomas, were abducted Monday night in Columbus.

One of the five-month-olds was found shortly after 5 a.m. Tuesday morning in the parking lot of Dayton International Airport, according to police. The other little boy is still missing.

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The suspect has been identified as 24-year-old Nalah Tamiko Jackson, who Dayton police say has ties to Riverside.

News Center 7 initially reported that the mother of the twin boys walked into a Donatos Pizza at East First Street and North High Street in Columbus while her car was running outside with them in their seats.

After returning from the business, the mother found that her black 2010 Honda Accord was gone, along with the two boys.

The suspect vehicle has heavy left side damage and purple paint transfer from a crash, according to authorities. It is also missing its front bumper.

The vehicle also has tinted windows with a ripped temporary tag that starts with the letter “M.”

Jackson is described as being 5-feet 7-inches tall, 130 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes and was last seen wearing a dark-colored hoodie.

Authorities around Dayton are currently canvassing the area for the vehicle and other child, Columbus police said.

If you have any information that could help police find the missing 5-month-old and Jackson, call 911.

Initial Report:

A statewide Amber Alert has been issued for two five-month-old twin boys out of Columbus.

On Monday, December 19, a mother walked into a Donatos Pizza at East First Street and North High Street in Columbus while her car was running outside with her two twin boys in their seats, according to an alert issued by Columbus Police Department.

After going into the business, the mother turned around and saw her black 2010 Honda Accord was gone along with her sons.

The children are identified as Kyair and Kason Thomass and are described as having brown eyes and wearing brown outfits.

The car is noted as missing its front bumper, having a torn temporary Ohio Registration tag on the back bumper, and a white bumper sticker reading “Westside City Toys.”

If you see the children or the car you can call Columbus Police Sexual Assault Detective Martin #2235 at 614-645- 4701 or central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614- 461-TIPS(8477).

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