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Amber Alert Issued for Minnesota Teen Girl Seen Abducted By Couple

The Minnesota Crime Alert Network issued an Amber Alert Monday night for a 15-year-old girl who was assaulted and abducted by a man and a woman in St. Paul.

Authorities said Jacqueline Mendoza of St. Paul was assaulted by an unidentified 30-year-old Hispanic female and forced into a light blue four-door Chevy, from the 1990s, with license plate number MTH 303 or 303 MTH. The car was last seen traveling east on Concord Street in St. Paul toward Highway 52.

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A second suspect in the abduction was identified as 18-year-old David Guzman, a Hispanic man described as being five-feet, 10 inches tall, weighing about 170 pounds with black hair, shaved at the sides and cut one-half inch long on top. He was wearing a dark blue nylon jacket with "Los Angeles" in white lettering across it. He was also wearing a checkered light blue shirt.

Police said the suspect had a history of handguns and long guns.

Authorities said Mendoza was assaulted by an unidentified 30-year-old Hispanic female and forced into a 1990s light blue four-door Chevy with license plate number MTH 303 or 303 MTH. The car was last seen traveling east on Concord Street in St. Paul toward Highway 52.

Jacqueline was described as being five feet tall, Hispanic, 110 pounds, with brown eyes and long black hair. She was wearing a brown sweater, yellow capri pants and black tennis shoes.

A second suspect in the abduction was identified as 18-year-old David Guzman, a Hispanic man 5-foot-10 who weighs about 170 pounds with black hair, shaved at the sides and one-half inch long on top. He was wearing a dark blue nylon jacket with Los Angeles in white lettering and a sheckered light blue shirt.

Under an Amber Alert, the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension releases information about suspected kidnappings of children 17 years old or younger to the news media, law enforcement agencies and businesses.

Anyone seeing the girl, the suspects or the vehicle should call Jim Gray at the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension at 651-266-3659 or 651-291-1111.

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