UPDATE: Amber Alert suspect arrested, Hayward teen found

Posted at 5:37 PM, Jul 24, 2018

 UPDATE (7:25 p.m.) – The missing teen has been found safe at a train station.#BREAKING: Isabelle Epps, 16, has been found safe at an East Bay #SFBART station after an alleged abduction out of Hayward prompted a statewide #AmberAlert.— Stephen Ellison (@sj_ellison) July 25, 2018UPDATE (6:35 p.m.) – The suspect in an Amber Alert issued in Alameda County on Tuesday has been arrested, according to sheriff’s officials, but the 16-year-old he’s accused of kidnapping is still missing.Officials say Antonio Aguilarelizarrag, 34, abducted Isabelle Epps from the area of Meekland Avenue in Hayward at approximately 2 p.m.Isabelle is described as 5’2" tall and 120 pounds with red hair. She is believed to be wearing an orange shirt and light blue jeans.Still Searching for Isabelle Epps, 16, abducted near Meekland Avenue in Hayward about 2pm. More photos. Vehicle is a black, 2005 Honda Ridgeline, CA #7Y51010. Contact 911 If you see her or vehicle.— Alameda County Sheriff (@ACSOSheriffs) July 25, 2018ORIGINAL STORY – An Amber Alert has been issued for a missing teen from Alameda County.According to Alameda County Sheriff’s officials, Isabelle Epps, 16, was abducted at about 2 p.m. in Hayward by Antonio Aguilarelizarrag.Isabelle Epps, 16Aguilarelizarrag is believed to be driving a black 2005 Honda Ridgeline with a chrome roof rack and a California license plate number of 7Y51010.Antonio AguilarelizarragIf seen, call 911.