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Amber Alert notifications triggered for baby missing from Sidney

Posted at 5:40 PM, Jul 18, 2018
and last updated 2018-07-18 21:29:55-04

The Nebraska State Patrol triggered an Ambert Alert out of Sidney just before 5:30 p.m. for a baby girl missing in Western Nebraska.

Sidney Police are looking for Betty Zamora, a 6-week-old baby girl with black hair, according to a release from the Nebraska State Patrol. She was last seen at 1900 Ash Cheyenne Villa Apartments in Sidney.

According to the Sidney Police Chief, Betty was removed from her parent's custody at birth when she tested positive for narcotics. As part of a program with DHHS, she was reunited with the family June 16th. When officers went to the home Tuesday afternoon for a welfare check, the family was not present.

She may be with Maria V. Campa, 37, and Carlos Zamora Jr., 41, the release states. Campa is described as a 5-foot-7 Hispanic woman with hazel eyes and brown hair. Zamora is described as a 5-foot-10 Hispanic man with brown eyes and black hair.

Zamora has a history of resisting law enforcement, the NSP release states.

They may be traveling in a light-colored, medium-sized SUV — possibly a Ford Expedition or Ford Explorer, according to NSP. No information about where they might be heading was immediately available.

The couple has family connections in both Arizona and Kansas, however, there are no indications of which direction they may be traveling in.

A felony warrant has been issued for Campa and Zamora out of Cheyenne County, Neb.

If you have any information about Betty's whereabouts, NSP urges you call 911 or contact Sidney Police at 308-254-5515.