On Monday, December 19, a mother walked into a Donatos Pizza at East First Street and North High Street in Columbus while her car was running outside with her two twin boys in their seats, according to an alert issued by Columbus Police Department.

After going into the business, the mother turned around and saw her Black 2010 Honda Accord was gone along with her sons.

The children were identified as Kyair and Kasson Thomass. They have brown hair and brown eyes. They were last seen wearing brown outfits.

The mother of the infant boys walked into a Donatos Pizza at East 1st Avenue and North High Street and left the car running. Police said the mother turned around after entering the restaurant and her car was gone with the two boys inside.

The vehicle is missing the front bumper, has tinted windows and a ripped temporary tag that starts with the letter M, according to police. A bumper sticker that says "West Side City Toys" is also on the vehicle.

Police have also named 24-year-old Nalah Jackson as a person of interest in this case. Columbus police have not said how Jackson is involved in the case.

Jackson is described to be 5 foot, 7 inches tall, having black hair and brown eyes and weighing 159 pounds.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Columbus Police Sexual Assault Detective Martin #2235 at 614-645-4701 or central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614-461-TIPS(8477).