Missing girls found; father of one girl still sought - Tucson News Now

Missing girls found; father of one girl still sought

Danielle Lovemore was booked into the Pima County Jail and is being held on $250,000 bond. Danielle Lovemore was booked into the Pima County Jail and is being held on $250,000 bond.
Luis Palacio (Source: PollyKlaas.org) Luis Palacio (Source: PollyKlaas.org)
2-year-old Caroline Oddo and 1-year-old Estella Lovemore were found in Hermosillo, Mexico yesterday. 2-year-old Caroline Oddo and 1-year-old Estella Lovemore were found in Hermosillo, Mexico yesterday.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The U.S. Marshals Service has confirmed that two Southern Arizona girls, both missing for several months, have been found safe in Mexico.

Both 2-year-old Caroline Oddo and 1-year-old Estella Lovemore were located in Hermosillo, Mexico yesterday along with Danielle Lovemore, Estella's non-custodial parent, according to U.S. Marshals.

The search is still on for Caroline's father, Luis Palacio, who is wanted for custodial interference, according to law enforcement officials. Palacio is Danielle Lovemore's boyfriend.

The girls were found at a residence in Hermosillo, after being tracked there by Mexican law enforcement. 

The two girls are safe, and according to U.S. Marshals, are being taken care of by the U.S. State Department's American Citizens Services. 

The girls will stay with the Services personnel until they can be transported back to the U.S. 

According to officials Danielle Lovemore was deported back to Arizona Thursday night and was booked into the Pima County Jail. She is being held on $250,000 bond.

Caroline had been missing since November. Estella was taken in late January.

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