David Ramos Contreras (L), Juan Garcia, Rios Adiel (C) and Arnuflo Ramos (R)/Contributed Photos, Bowling Green Police Division

Nationwide manhunt underway for three accused of kidnapping, raping Ohio teen sisters

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Police were notified of the incident June 28, after the victims, 13- and 14-year-old sisters were taken to a hospital, reporting they were sexually assaulted and held against their will at a Bowling Green motel, CBS affiliate WTOL-TV reports. 

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One suspect, identified as Simon Juan Thomas, 24, of Guatemala, has been arrested and charged with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, according to Bowling Green police. Thomas has been booked into the Wood County Justice Center. 

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Nationwide arrest warrants on two charges of kidnapping and rape have been issued for David Ramos Contreras, 27, of Mexico, Juan Garcia Rios Adiel, and Arnulfo Ramos. The ages and suspected home countries of Adiel and Ramos are unknown, police said. 

The men could be using false names and police are asking the public to look at their pictures to identify them. 

Contreras, Adiel, and Ramos are also reported to have fake ID cards and documentation, WTOL-TV reports.

All three men are employed in the Bowling Green area, according to the station. They were staying at the same hotel where the alleged rape occurred, which is where both victims and their mother were also staying, according to WTOL-TV. 

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the suspects is asked to contact either: 

  • The Bowling Green Police Division at 419-352-1131
  • Wood County CrimeStoppers at 1-800-54-CRIME
  • Your local law enforcement agency

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