The odds are getting longer that 14-month-old Owen Hildago-Calderon will be found alive. That’s according to a very emotional Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts during a briefing Friday:
Virts says searchers uncovered a potential key piece of evidence possibly belonging to suspect Ebavardo Gutierrez Reyes:
The search is expected to continue throughout the day.
5/25/18 5 p.m. update:
Still no sign of missing 14 month old Owen Hildago-Calderon. Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts gave us an update late Friday on where things stood.
Owen Hildago-Calderon is a Hispanic male, with short brown hair and brown eyes. He’s approximately 2 feet and weighs about 30 pounds. He is known to need asthma medication. An Amber Alert was issued for Owen Friday morning. Its believed he was last seen with his mother’s boyfriend, 25 year old Ebavardo Gutierrez Reyes on, or about, May 16th. Reyes was arrested Thursday on tampering with physical evidence charges after he allegedly told investigators he removed Selena Hidalgo-Calderon’s body from the home they shared and buried her between two logs. He did not admit to killing her and did not answer any questions on the whereabouts of Owen.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Department has activated the New York State AMBER Alert and is investigating a child abduction that occurred on Joy Road, in Sodus, at about 9:48 AM on 5/16/2018.
The child, OWEN HIDALGO-CALDERON is a Hispanic male, approximately 14 months old with short, brown hair and brown eyes. He is approximately 2 feet and weighs about 30 pounds. Owen is known to need ASTHMA MEDICATION and was last seen wearing UNKNOWN.
THE CHILD WAS TAKEN UNDER CIRCUMSTANCES THAT LEAD POLICE TO BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE IN IMMINENT DANGER OF SERIOUS PHYSICAL HARM AND OR DEATH Anyone with any information on this abduction is asked to call the WAYNE COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT at (866)N Y S-AMBER or dial 911 to provide information on a report or sighting.
*****UPDATE*******The child was possibly last seen with Ebavardo Gutierrez Reyes on or about 5/16/18. Please contact the phone numbers with any information.
Visit http://amber.ny.gov for the most up to date information concerning this alert.