Jade Beneby: Abducted from school bus stop this morning FOUND

UPDATE: Jade has been found safe at a hotel.  More news as it comes in.


Jade Beneby, 17, has apparently been abducted from a Delray Beach, Florida bus stop Tuesday morning.  Jade left her home around 6:30 a.m. and at 7:05 a.m. her mother received a text message that said that she needed help.  A minute later Jade texted her mom again and said that she had been put into the trunk of the car and that she had done “all that she could do.”

The law enforcement have sent out a missing child alert and are trying to track her cell phone signal.

“All hte investigative tools that we have are being used at this time.  Everything that you can think of we’re tying to do to locate Jade,” said Sgt. Guerriero.

Charles Beneby, Jade’s father said that Jade got good grades in school and would be turning 18 next month.  He also said that Jade lives with her mom 80 percent of the time and he had seen her two weeks ago.

Jade if 5’6″ tall, 105 pounds and was wearing a white top and carrying a pink bag.

If you have seen anything, please call the Delray Beach Police Dept. at 561-243-7800 or 911.

Early info is saying that the car was blue.

It also appears as though Jade set up a profile on ExploreTalent.com.  Confirmation that this is her is to come.  If this is Jade, is it possible that her profile made her vulnerable to an abduction.

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