“UPDATE” Nampa Girl Found Safe
Nampa Police Detectives are searching for a Boise woman believed to have been kidnapped last night in Nampa.
On May 12 at approximately 8:00 p.m., Nampa Police received several calls from the area of Rooselvelt and Blakes Creek. Callers were reporting that they witnessed a female being battered and forced into a vehicle by a male out in front of a residence. By the time officers arrived, the vehicle had left the area. Shortly after the calls were received, a Nampa Police Officer attempted to stop the suspect vehicle in the area of Caldwell Blvd. and Midland. A brief pursuit of the vehicle was called off due to speeds as this created an ongoing hazard to the public.
The female victim, 19-year-old Cassandra Rupert of Boise, was last seen wearing a bright pink shirt. She is described as a blonde female, 5’ tall, with blue eyes. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male with a shaved head. The vehicle is described as a black Lincoln Navigator with temporary tags. Another Hispanic male was in the vehicle; however his involvement is unknown at this time.
Nampa Police Detectives are asking for the public’s help for any information on the whereabouts of Cassandra. She is currently listed as a missing and endangered person as a victim of a kidnapping.
Police are also seeking the whereabouts of a person of interest in the kidnapping. This person, 31 year-old Quentin Craig Padilla of Meridian, has been linked to Cassandra and may have information as to the circumstances of this case.
Anyone having any information on this matter or if they see the black Navigator, are being asked to immediately notify the police.