Man suspected of abduction has ties to Miami

Posted at 9:47 PM, Jun 03, 2016
and last updated 2016-06-04 09:45:25-04

LEE COUNTY - Investigators suspect 28 year old Jorge Guerrero-Torres abducted 9 year old Diana Alvarez on Sunday, May 29th. Four in your Corner finding the two apparently headed North. The Orange County Sheriff's Office confirming Guerrero's vehicle was found two days later, which was this past Tuesday, May 31st.

The car was impounded and Guerrero now remains on the run. By Thursday, June 2nd, four days after the abduction; an Amber Alert was issued to help save little Diana. Although local law enforcement is not releasing details about Guerrero, Four in your Corner has uncovered new information about the suspect, including his full name and last known address in Okechobee.

We also found a detailed description of what he looks like. Records show his full name is Jorge Guerrero-Torres and his date of birth is May 1, 1988. His physical description includes the following: Height: 5’5” Weight: 145 Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Guerrero’s last known address is listed as 2828 NW 46 Avenue in Okeechobee but we found he also has a second address in the same area. Four in your Corner uncovered documents showing Guerrero was arrested in Okeechobee back in 2013. His charges include a hit and run, driving without a license and resisting an officer. According to the Okeechobee Sheriff's Office, on April 9, 2013 a Florida wildlife officer saw Guerrero run through a stop sign while driving erratically. After nearly slamming into the officer's truck, the report states Guerrero went off the road and drove into a Sunoco gas station parking lot before plowing his pickup truck into a pole. When the officer approached him and asked for his driver's license, they say Guerrero took off running.

A Good Samaritan helped the officer to restrain the suspect until a deputy arrived. While Guerrero was being booked into the county jail, officers found he had no driver's license but did have two ID's from Mexico. His phone number at that time had a Miami area code. We called that number and found it's still in service and still has a voicemail. We left a message and haven’t heard back from anyone. The family of Diana Alvarez tells us her biological father was deported back to Mexico in September, 2015. That adds one more connection in this case to Mexico.