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Friday, January 20, 2012

Amber Alert: Kidnapping - 11-year-old female victim

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San Jose Police DepartmentPRESS RELEASE
Pursuant to Cal Govt. Code Sect 6254(f)
San Jose Police Department
Press Information Office
201 W. Mission Street, San Jose, CA 95110
Ph (408) 277-5339 Fax (408) 286-0923
Filed under Press Release, on 1/20/2012 7:15:00 AM by Author: Officer Jose Garcia #3532.

TYPE OF CRIME: KidnapCASE NUMBER: 12-020-0047
LOCATION: 2600 block of Taffy Court, San Jose, CA (Santa Clara County)
DATE: 1/20/2012
VICTIM:  Taylor VoAGE: 12
ADDRESS: San Jose, CA resident
SUSPECT: Tri Truong Le
AKA: Tri Trong Le
AGE: 42
ADDRESS: San Jose, CA residentDOB: 1/3/1970
Suspect Tri Truong Le
** SUSPECT ** Tri Truong Le

Victim Taylor Vo
** VICTIM ** Taylor Vo
 San Jose: On January 20, 2012, at approximately 1:18 a.m., officers responded to the 2600 block of Taffey Court on a reported disturbance involving a firearm.  The suspect, identified as Tri Truong Le, 42, of San Jose, forced his way into the victim's residence and assaulted a family member.  Le then forced his way into the 11-year-old female victim's bedroom and forced her from the residence at gun point. The suspect fled the scene with the victim in what was described as a late model, dark colored minivan. According to witnesses, the van was possibly "American made." This is NOT considered a stranger abduction.
The suspect is described as follows:
Le, Tri (DOB 1-3-70) Vietnamese Male 5-06 / 170
Black / Brown
Last seen wearing a black baseball hat, a black jacket, and blue jeans
The victim is described as follows:
Vo, Taylor (DOB 4-12-00) Vietnamete Female 5-03 / 105Black hear with blonde high lights / brown eyes
Unknown clothing description
No further details are being released.
Anyone spotting the suspect is urged to call 9-1-1.  Persons with information about this case are urged to contact the San Jose Police Department, Robbery Unit, (408) 277-4166.
 Those wishing to remain anonymous can call the Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers at (408) 947-STOP (7867), or may visit: Persons providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect may be eligible for a cash reward from the Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers.
 Media Inquiries may be directed to the San Jose Police Department, Public Information Office, at (408) 277-5339.
BY: Officer Jose Garcia #3532AUTHORIZED BY: Lt. T. Morales #2907
DATE: 1/20/2012 TIME: 7:15 AMDATE: 11/22/2011 TIME: 7:30 AM
San José Police Department, 201 W. Mission Street, San Jose, CA 95110 | General Information 408-277-8900

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