King County Sheriff's Office: Amber Alert issued after boy's abduction


SEATTLE — The King County Sheriff's Office says a 6-year-old boy from Auburn has been abducted and is in danger.

Mason Jonathon Joseph Bennatts-Miller is believed to be with 34-year-old Sandra June Bennatts, his mother who did not have custody. They may be traveling in a 2009 gray Acura RDX, license plate 787YZO.

Authorities say Bennatts forced entry into her mother's home on 186th Place Southeast at knife point Sunday night. Bennatts beat her mother, tied her up and took Bennatts-Miller, who is autistic. She also ransacked the house and stole her mother's car.

She may have also taken a hand gun.

Bennatts-Miller is described as approximately 3 feet tall and weighing 50 lbs. He has blonde hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray shirt with bright lettering and jeans.

The pair is headed south, possibly to Mexico.

Anyone who sees this car, should call 911. If you have information, you can also call the King County Sheriff's Office at 206-296-3311.


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