Texas authorities cancelled an AMBER Alert issued for a 12-year-old girl missing for a week after she was found safe.
*AMBER ALERT UPDATE*
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 (@chiefagonzalez) January 19, 2020
The Texas Department of Public Safety issued an AMBER Alert on Saturday for a pre-teen girl missing for a week in Austin.
Avery Reynolds, 12, was last seen leaving Small Middle School on January 10 and and is believed to be with her mother, Kassia Vaughan, in violation of a court order, KVUE reported.
Avery and Vaughan may be traveling in a black 2005 Mazda Tribute S with Texas license plate DTM 3557. The car has front-end damage and a Texas Tech University emblem on the back left, the department said.
Avery is described as 5 feet, 2 inches tall, 85 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair and was last seen wearing a gray hoodie with “SMALL” in black letters, black leggings, aqua Nike shoes and red framed glasses.
The Austin Integrated Schools District Police Department announced on Wednesday it was looking for the girl, and DPS made it statewide on Saturday.
*MISSING CHILD * AVERY REYNOLDS was last seen leaving Small MS. She is believed to be with her mother, Kassia Vaughan, who is in violation of a court order. If seen please contact AISD PD @ (512)414-1703 or 911 pic.twitter.com/jiVo6AdRqS
— Austin ISD Police (@AISDPolice) January 15, 2020
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[Featured image: Avery Reynolds/Austin ISD Police]