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    Ariety Garcia-Valdes (40), Isabela Valdes (60), & Lina Gonzalez (84) were shot to death and Andrew (1 wk old) was kidnapped; then his father, Ernesto Cabeiro (49) was found dead by a self inflicted gunshot wound

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...miami-n1125356

    Miami authorities are searching for a 1-week-old baby who was possibly abducted by his father from a home where three dead women were found.

    Miami-Dade police asked the public late Tuesday for help in finding Ernesto Caballeiro, 49, and his newborn son, Andrew, "out of concern for their welfare." An adult male matching the description of Caballeiro was found dead Wednesday, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

    Miami-Dade police responded to a triple homicide at a home on Tuesday. NBC Miami reported that three women were found dead with apparent gunshot wounds at the residence.

    An Amber Alert for Andrew Caballeiro shared Wednesday by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said he and his father were last seen at the home on Southwest 187th Avenue. Ernesto Caballeiro is listed in the Amber Alert as the abductor of the child.

    A family member called police after going to the house to check on everyone and finding the women's bodies. That family member also told police that a newborn baby and his father were missing from the home.

    Caballeiro and the baby may be traveling in a white passenger van with a decal that says "Nesty School Services."

    Deputies found the dead man after someone reported a suspicious vehicle matching the one described in an Amber Alert in a rural area outside Tampa Bay, the

    "About 50 yards from the vehicle in the wooded area they discovered the deceased individual with one round, appeared to be one round self-inflicted wound from a rifle," Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said Wednesday.

    Nocco told reporters that bloodhounds searched the area for Andrew based on a pacifier found in the van but had yet to find anything, though searches were ongoing.

    A key piece of evidence being investigated was whether a blond woman was in the vehicle with Caballeiro, based on a police interview with an unnamed individual.
    https://www.miamiherald.com/news/loc...239752953.html

    Law enforcement began a desperate statewide search Tuesday after a relative called Miami-Dade police to say they had not been able to get in touch with the infant?s family. Police went to Caballeiro?s home at 21941 SW 187th Ave., and found the three women shot to death with a high-powered rifle and the child missing.

    Late Wednesday, police identified the dead women as Andrew?s mother, Ariety Garcia-Valdes, 40; grandmother Isabela Valdes, 60; and great-grandmother Lina Gonzalez, 84.

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    https://www.news4jax.com/news/florid...still-missing/

    There are no signs that a missing baby boy who was thought to have been abducted by his father after the newborn’s mother and two other relatives were killed was ever in Pasco County this week where his father was found dead, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday.

    However, Miami-Dade police spokesman Alvaro Zabaleta told WPLG-TV that detectives don’t know where the baby is located, so no one should assume the baby is not in the Pasco County area.

    The boy’s father, Ernesto Caballeiro, 49, was found dead Wednesday in Pasco County, a day after three women were found shot to death inside a southwest Miami-Dade County home. Authorities said Caballeiro is believed to have killed the women, although a motive is not yet clear.
    Garcia Valdes’ friend, Melchor Izquierdo, said the woman and Caballeiro had a troubled relationship and she was staying at his home this week because her family members were sick and she didn’t want their baby to get sick too.

    “They were in the process of terminating the relationship or whatever, and I guess he got really upset or nuts or whatever you want to call it, and this is what happened," Izquierdo said.

    “She was trying to break up with him and that’s why this may have happened?” Wright asked.

    "It’s possible,” Izquierdo said.

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    https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/...earch/2185893/

    The family of a missing newborn from South Florida whose father was found dead in an apparent suicide following a triple murder in southwest Miami-Dade has hired a private detective to aid in the search.

    Family members of little Andrew Caballeiro made the trip from Cuba to southwest Miami-Dade to gather gather belongings inside the boy's home Monday.

    Authorities believe the newborn was abducted by his father, 49-year-old Ernesto Caballeiro, who was found dead Wednesday from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound after traveling from Miami-Dade to Pasco County.

    Miami-Dade Police are are leading the search, which extended to the Everglades last week. Meanwhile, the family has hired a private detective to aid in the search.

    "We are checking every single lead that we have, every single information that may bring us a new lead so we can try to see if we can find a place or someone, a witness, that may have information about Andrew's whereabouts," said Fernando Alvarez, with the Missing Children Global Network.

    Anyone with information is asked to call Miami-Dade Police or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers as well as the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

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    https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/23/us/mi...rnd/index.html

    Police have issued an Amber Alert for the baby. On February 19, the Miami-Dade Police Department, along with Miami-Dade County Crime Stoppers and the Florida Sheriff's Association, announced an $8,000 reward for information to locate Andrew.

    Investigators found no evidence that the missing baby was with Ernesto Caballeiro when his father died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said on January 30.

    Caballeiro left the Miami Dade County area about 4? hours before arriving at the spot where he killed himself, the sheriff's office said.
    During that time, investigators frantically searched for the baby, using helicopters and bloodhounds. There's been no sign of him so far.

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