An Ohio toddler boy was kidnapped with his twins when his mother’s car was stolen earlier this week.
Five-month-old Kayson and Kaia Thomas were abducted in a black 2012 Honda Accord by a woman identified as Nala Jackson, 24. Their mother ran into a Columbus restaurant on Monday night, police said.
Kyair was later found abandoned near Dayton International Airport around 4:15 a.m. Tuesday, but authorities are still looking for his brother and the kidnappers.
“Nala Jackson please, give me back Cayson Thomas. Thank you for using Kyair. You’ve already shown us that you can do the right thing. [Kason] Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant said at a news conference Tuesday.
According to WBNS, the twins’ mother, Wilhelmina, was picking up a DoorDash delivery order at Donato’s Pizza around 9:45 p.m. on Monday when she left the infant in her car.
Jackson, who was inside the restaurant when Wilhelmina entered, allegedly exited through a side door and drove away with the children in tow.
Authorities charged Jackson with two counts of kidnapping on Wednesday.
“I miss my babies. I miss them together and their smiles,” the twins’ mom said on Tuesday night on ABC 6. “I Can Tell.” [Kyair] i miss my brother
he loved to eat That’s why I’m so worried,” she said of Casson.
On Tuesday, police released surveillance images of Jackson at a Huber Heights gas station shortly after his abduction. She reportedly asked her employees for money before leaving in the stolen car.
She has not been found as of Thursday. The last confirmed sighting of Jackson was at the airport, where Kaia was found safe on Tuesday morning.
The mother of two has a criminal record of threats and harassment related to a custody dispute over her son, according to Franklin County District Court records.
“If there’s any information that we think could help us find Cayson Thomas, Nala Jackson or even a vehicle, we need that information,” Bryant said.
The Columbus Police Department did not immediately respond to the Post’s request for comment on the investigation.
The stolen vehicle that Jackson is believed to be driving was recently purchased and does not have a license plate or registered VIN number.
Has a ripped Ohio registration sticker and a white “Westside City Toys” bumper sticker on the rear bumper.
“if you see [Kason] Lafonda Thomas, the grandmother of the twins, said at a memorial service Wednesday.
“Please, please, please, do the right thing and take the baby home.”