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A missing 14-year-old girl alert has been issued from McGregor, TX

A missing 14-year-old girl alert has been issued from McGregor, TX

A missing 14-year-old girl alert has been issued from McGregor, TX

A missing 14-year-old girl alert

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  • The Texas Department of Public Safety issued an Amber Alert for Emilee Solomon and Aysha Lynn Cross.
  • The teens were last seen on June 29 in McGregor, about 20 miles southwest of Waco, Texas.
  • Authorities believe they’re “in danger” and are frantically searching for them.
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Two 14-year-old adolescent girls who have been missing for almost a week; have received an Amber Alert because officials fear they are “in danger.” Emilee Solomon and Aysha Lynn Cross, two teenagers who were last seen on June 29 in McGregor; a town 20 miles southwest of Waco, Texas, are now being sought by police. The Texas Department of Public Safety said the girls’ first disappearances “did not match; the department’s requirements for Amber Alerts” and only issued the alarm five days after; they were last seen.

Lt. Ron McCurry of the McGregor Police Department said; “We are following all leads and doing all we can to find these young ladies.

According to Emilee’s stepmother, Sara Dunn; the teenagers grew close after meeting just before school left; out for the summer.

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According to Dunn, Emilee slept at Aysha’s place on Wednesday night; and then called to inquire about an extension.

Later, she claimed an uncle was picking her up when she called; but that did not occur.

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Shannon Valles, the mother of Dunn and Aysha; has been actively looking for the youngsters ever since they vanished by posting flyers; and using social media.

Dunn told KXTV, “I want her to know that everything is OK.

“It makes no difference what she did. I wish I could just tell her to go home. We will always adore you. The entrance is open. Return home.

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