FOUND SAFE: AMBER Alert Issued After Texas Girl Abducted from Middle School


Marisol has been found safe, according to Texas DPS. No further information has been provided.

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Police in Texas are searching for a 14-year-old girl last seen at a Houston ISD campus on Monday.

On Tuesday night, an Amber Alert was issued for Marisol Avila, who was last seen at Marshall Middle School on Houston’s northside at 9:23 a.m. Monday. According to ABC 3, police are treating her disappearance as an abduction.

The Texas Department of Public Safety is actively searching for a tan 1990 Subaru Forester with Texas license plates. The plate number is currently unknown.

Marisol’s phone and belongings were discovered in her locker, according to family and friends, and her social media accounts are no longer active.

“Neighbors, gas stations, anyone who might have seen her, please talk to the police so that she can return home. We’re waiting for her, her sisters, her dad. We just want her back. We want her back with us,” Avila’s mother said.

Marisol is described as standing at 4 feet 5 inches tall and weighing 110 pounds. She has brown eyes and black hair, and was last seen wearing a black shirt, blue jeans, and black shoes. Police consider her to be in grave or immediate danger.

Anyone with information on Marisol’s whereabouts is urged to call the Houston ISD Police Department at 713-892-7777.

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[Feature Photo: Marisol Avila/Police Handout]