August 8th, 2013
10:59 AM ET

Possible Sightings of James DiMaggio, Suspected of Murder and Kidnapping

The manhunt is widening for James DiMaggio, who is suspected of kidnapping 16-year-old Hannah Anderson after killing her mother, and possibly her 8-year-old brother Ethan.

The search is expanding to Oregon and Washington after possible sightings of DiMaggio's blue Nissan Versa, CNN's Miguel Marquez reports. [Watch Above Video]

Anyone with information about the case can contact:

-San Diego County Sheriff's Department Homicide Detail at 858-974-2321
-Submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477

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Both sightings were on a remote stretch of highway. The first, in Alturas, California on U-S 395. Hours later a second possible sighting in neighboring Lakeview, Oregon.

The last time Hannah, her brother Ethan, their mother Christina and the family dog were seen alive was Saturday afternoon. They left to spend the night with DiMaggio, a long time family friend, at his home 50 miles away in Boulevard, California. Ethan was supposed to be at football practice 8am Sunday morning. He didn't make it.

Later that night, DiMaggio's house was on fire.

Lieutenant Glenn Giannantonio of the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Homicide Unit spoke to Anchor Chris Cuomo this morning. When asked about specifics of the widening search area, he says:

"Primarily in the state of Oregon, the Oregon state police activated the Amber Alert for the missing people because there were sightings, reported sightings, of Hannah, Ethan and DiMaggio."

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