Hugo Yarset Monfort Luna, 9, and his 16-year-old sister, Aranza Yosemiti Monfort Luna have been missing since Friday. (Fiscalía Nuevo León) Two American children have gone missing in northern Mexico exactly two weeks after the widely reported kidnappings of four adult U.S.
citizens driving across the southern border. The District Attorney’s Office for the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo León on Monday activated an Amber Alert for siblings Hugo Yarset Monfort Luna, 9, and his 16-year-old sister, Aranza Yosemiti Monfort Luna.
The alert lists the nationalities of both children as American. The teenage girl and her younger brother were last spotted Friday leaving a home together in Real de San Felipe, a neighborhood in the municipality of García, Nuevo León state, Mexico. "Because of the circumstances of their disappearance, age and the time passed, the missing minors could find themselves in imminent danger," the alert said in Spanish. BODIES OF 2 AMERICANS KILLED IN MEXICO RETURNED TO USIt’s unclear whether the children lived in Mexico or the United States. "We are aware of reports of two missing U.S.
citizens in Mexico," a U.S. State Department spokesperson told Fox News Digital Tuesday. "Due to privacy considerations, we have no further comment." The boy is described as 3-foot-6, with dark, straight brown hair and dark brown eyes and is missing a tooth on the lower jaw on the right side.