Reward offered to find American woman suspected of kidnapping daughter, crossing into Mexico

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TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA. – US authorities on Friday, Feb. 25, announced a $1,000 reward to help locate a woman suspected of kidnapping her daughter from a Spring Valley school and possibly crossing into Mexico with her.

About 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, Jolyn Gutierrez, 6, was seen walking south from Kempton Elementary School, San Diego County sheriff’s Lt. Thomas Seiver said in a news release. Staff at the school reported seeing Gutierrez walking away with her mother, 45-year-old Wendy Gutierrez, who authorities say does not currently have custody of her.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department and San Diego Crime Stoppers released this photo of 45-year-old Wendy Gutierrez, who is accused of kidnapping her 6-year-old daughter Jolyn on Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022, from a Spring Valley elementary school and potentially crossing into Mexico with her. (San Diego County Sheriff’s Department photo)


The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department and San Diego Crime Stoppers released these photos of 45-year-old Wendy Gutierrez, left, and 6-year-old Jolyn Gutierrez.

Wendy, who does not have custody of Jolyn, is accused of kidnapping her daughter from a Spring Valley elementary school on Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022, and potentially crossing into Mexico with her.

Surveillance photos released by the department show the last time Wendy was seen with Jolyn around 3 p.m. Tuesday at a National City Jack in the Box in the 3100 block of Plaza Boulevard, Seiver said.

Source: Fox San Diego

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