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Dimas Coronado Wanted for Murder of Wife, a Friend and Abduction

Dimas Coronado Wanted for Murder of Wife, a Friend and Abduction

Dimas Coronado Wanted for Alleged Murder of Pregnant Wife, a Friend and Abduction of Their 2 Sons September 3, 2018 Add Comment
A woman who was killed along with a male renter in her Phoenix home was pregnant, and the woman’s estranged husband Dimas Coronado is sought on three murder charges and the possible abduction of their two sons, police said Sunday, Sep. 2. ID #18-398 Dimas Coronado Wanted for Alleged Murder of Pregnant Wife, a Friend and Abduction of Their 2 Sons
U.S. and Mexico authorities were seeking Dimas Coronado, 47, on a murder warrant, and Amber Alerts were posted in both countries amid efforts to locate two boys the couple had together, Phoenix police Sgt. Armando Carbajal said.
“We don’t have enough information to know if he has the children or not,” Carbajal said of the boys, 8-year-old Victor Coronado Nunez and 5-year-old Jonathan Coronado Nunez.
Oralia Nunez, 24, and Omar Gonzalez, 34, died early Saturday of apparent gunshot injuries. Carbajal said Nunez was at least 7 months pregnant, and police have a warrant seeking Coronado on three murder charges.
Police identified Coronado is driving an aqua-green Ford pickup truck with Mexico license plate number ZUD 7164.
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