AMBER Alert canceled, missing 12-year-old girl found safe
Suspect last seen driving black 2005 Mazda Tribute S
AUSTIN – Update:
The AMBER Alert issued for Avery Claire Reynolds has been canceled.
*AMBER ALERT UPDATE*— Chief Ashley A. Gonzalez (@chiefagonzalez) January 19, 2020
Avery Reynolds has been located and appears to be okay. Shout out to Travis County Precinct 5, and other Law Enforcement for their relentless efforts and assistance, and concerned citizens who called in w/ info #located #recovered #safeandsound #ATXnews #ATX
Chief Ashley A. Gonzalez, with the Austin ISD Police Department, says Reynolds was found safe and appears to be okay.
Chief Gonzalez also gave a shoutout to Travis County Precinct 5, and other law enforcement agencies for their efforts in the search.
An Amber Alert has been issued in the disappearance of 12-year-old Avery Claire Reynolds.
Reynolds is described as a white female, 5’02” with brown hair, brown eyes and red-framed glasses.
She was last seen wearing a grey hoodie with “Small” in black letters, black leggings and aqua Nike shoes.
The Austin Police Department is also looking for Kassia Sofia Vaughan in connection to Reynold’s disappearance. She’s described as a white female, 43, with brown hair and brown eyes.
Police say the suspect was last seen driving a black 2005 Mazda Tribute S with a Texas plate number of DTM3557 with front-end damage and a Texas Tech University emblem on the rear left.
The suspect was last heard from in Austin.
Anyone with more information is urged to contact Austin Police Department at 512-414-1703.
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