Missing Person California Setina Weddles and Ren Weddles
UPDATE 1/18/18 – A photo of Setina Weddles has been released by the police:
UPDATE 1/15/17 – Twins Setina Weddles and Ren Weddles are still missing from Stockton. The authorities stated the twins were living in “Dangerous Conditions” inside a car that was littered with trash, knives, machete and an ax and possibly mold and narcotic. The authorities still have not been able to come up with a photo for them either. The parents are still in jail and still refuse to state where the children are. Their other children remain in foster care.
Twins Setina Weddles and Ren Weddles, 20 months are missing from Stockton, California since January 4, 2018. When an unidentified citizen reported the family missing, the police were alerted to the twins disappearance. Furthermore, it was believed that Aaron Ivan Weddles, 41, Princell Dara Canez Walker, 32 and three children were possibly living out of their car, and had been for some time. Subsequently, the authorities began looking for the family and found their car near Trinity Parkway and McAuliffe Road in Stockton. Inside the car was Weddles, Walker and three children, but the twins were missing.
“We don’t know where these two are,” Chief Eric Jones told RecordNet. “And also concerning here is that both adult parents have been uncooperative and are giving conflicting statements.
Police are asking for help to locate the twins. They state that the family have been in Stockton for a while. Jones asked business owners, service agencies and the general public to give police any clues of where the family may have been these past days and months. Weddle and Walker have not been forthcoming as to the whereabouts of the twins.
Security guard Laura Salazar told Fox news that she saw both parents in their white Suzuki. She said she did not see any kids in the car at that time.
The twins are described as a black/Cambodian girl and a black/Cambodian boy. There are no photographs of the twins available, but Jones said the Police Department is doing everything it can to find recent photos to share with the public.
If you have any information about this case please call the Stockton police at (209) 937-8377.