Family, Police Plead for Suspected Kidnapper to Return Missing 5-Month-Old Twin

The family of 5-month-old Kason Thomass and police in Columbus, Ohio are pleading for suspected kidnapper Nalah Jackson to return the child — who was reported taken when Jackson allegedly stole a car both the boy and twin brother Kyair were still in on Monday night.

While Kyair was found near the Dayton airport on Tuesday morning, there have been no sightings of Kason. A statewide Amber Alert is still in effect for the child. Per police, BOLO alerts were also issued for “five adjoining states with Ohio to help locate the child, suspect, and vehicle.”

The car was stolen when the twins’ mother ran inside a pizza shop to pick up a DoorDash order. 24-year-old Nalah Jackson — who employees said left the pizza shop as the mother walked in — was charged with two felony counts of kidnapping on Wednesday, though neither she or the four-door black 2010 Honda Accord she allegedly stole have been located. The vehicle was only recently purchased and has no license plate.

Surveillance images released so far appear to show Jackson pulling up to a gas station in the stolen vehicle, where she reportedly asked the cashier for money (below). The photos were taken before Kyair was dropped at the airport. Jackson’s last confirmed sighting was at the airport, where police said she was seen asking people to use their phone.

“Kasan Thomass is still missing and our #1 priority is to bring Kasan home safely,” Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant said during a press conference on Wednesday.

In an earlier conference this week, Bryant also sent a message to Jackson. “Nalah Jackson, I plead to you, please return Kason Thomas,” she said, “We are begging you to please return Kason. We can even pick him up.”

On Wednesday, the child’s mother Wilhelmina Burnett continued to search the area near the gas station for her son and Jackson — and sent her own message to the alleged kidnapper, via WBNS.

“We won’t call the police. If they find you they find you. I don’t really care about the police just please bring my baby home,” she said.

Family members reportedly gathered Wednesday for a vigil as well, where the twins’ grandmother, LaFonda Thomass, spoke — pleading with the community, “If you look at him and you see anything, see a precious child who’s longing for his mother, we beg you, please, please, please do the right thing and just bring my baby home.”

First Assistant Chief of Police LaShanna Potts also spoke at the vigil, saying, “We are committed to finding baby Kason. We want Nalah to do the right thing … We know she’s capable of doing it because she did release one baby.”

Anyone with information has been asked to call 911 or the Columbus Division of Police Special Victims Bureau at (614) 645-4701.

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