Update, Saturday 8 p.m. – Nelly Bonillas de Cordon, a suspect in a parental abduction, was located in the Reston area after being notified by Child Protective Services.
Cordon was charged with one count of abduction. Child Protective Services is working on arrangements for the care of the child and he appeared to be unharmed.
Original story, Friday – Fairfax County County Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a Reston woman who may have fled with her baby in a suspected parental abduction.
Police said Nely Bonillas de Cordon, 38, of Stone Wheel Drive in Reston is believed to have left the area on Thursday, Nov. 5 at around 4:30 p.m. with her son, Arturo, age 6 months.
She was reported missing by her husband and may be headed to El Salvador. She had expressed her desire to take her son to be with extended family there, police said.
The suspect is on medication and does not have it with her.
Police said Bonillas de Cordon left in the family car, a 2002 green Saturn SL2 sedan with Virginia tags WMX-1031. Her vehicle tags were last identified by a license plate reader in the 1600 block of Columbia Road NW in Washington D.C. at around 6:30 p.m. on Thursday.
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