Amber Alert issued for Zanesville infant and toddler
Amber Alert – Amber Alerts have been issued for the two young children who were taken from Zanesville on Thursday evening. These alerts are in response to the children’s abduction. Two children, ages 1 and 3, were taken from a vehicle that was stolen at 5:17 p.m. on Thursday in Zanesville. The vehicle had been left unlocked at a gas station near 531 Main St. Iszak Shamblin was three years old while Kale Clark had just turned one year old.
Approximately 6:40 o’clock in the evening, the warning was transmitted over the airwaves. The boys were taken away in a beige 2008 Chevrolet Suburban with the license plate number HVZ6139, which is an Ohio-issued plate. The state of Ohio is the issuing jurisdiction for the license plate number.
It has a luggage rack, tinted windows, and a coloring book page that is placed in the rear window. As standard equipment, it comes with all of these features. Clark has brown hair and eyes, and when he was found, he was wearing a blue Columbia coat and a white onesie.
His last known appearance was a few hours before he was found. The last time anyone saw Shamblin, he was wearing a black T-shirt, black sweatpants, and black shoes. The hunter green T-shirt had a skull and crossbones design on it. His hair is blonde, and his eyes are blue.
At this hour (7:20), there has been no success in identifying a suspect. Anyone who believes they may have information is urged to call the police at one of the following numbers: 740-455-0700 extension 0, 1-877-AMBER-OH (1-877-262-3764), or dial 911 to be connected directly to the Zanesville police department.