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For Michelle and Ashley Villatoro along with the Harris County Texas Sheriff 's Department on Friday August 1.

 


Michelle Villatoro 3 and her 18-month-old sister Ashley Villatoro were abducted by their father and their mother was shot dead in Katy TX on Friday August 1.

Both girls are Hispanic with brown hair and eyes.

Police are looking for Louis Gonzalez who is believed to be driving a 1979 two-door Grey primed Pontiac Firebird with Texas plates T81-WZJ. Police believe he may be fleeing to Mexico. Police say Gonzalez had threatened to kill Villatoro, his ex-wife, if she ever remarried.
They fear he may harm the little girls. He should be considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Harris County Sheriff 's Department at 713-221-6000 or dial 911.

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