AMBER ALERT Kingsland Texas CANCELLED

AMBER ALERT CANCELLED- Kingsland, Texas

According to our Austin NBC affiliate, KXAN, the girls were reportedly found at a motel in Galveston, Texas.

Galveston Police told KXAN that they have two suspects in custody but could not confirm if Mize was one of the suspects.

 

Missing From: Kingsland, TX
Missing Date: 05/01/2013 12:00 AM Central
Issued for: Texas: Statewide
Contact: If you have information, please contact Llano County Sheriff’s Office, 325-247-5767
Circumstances: UPDATE AMBER ALERT – Photos of children added. The Llano County Sheriff’s Office is searching for Misty Chyann Sloan and Savannah Meshell Sloan. Police are looking for Keith Taylor Mize. The suspect is driving the listed vehicle and was last seen in Kingsland, Texas on 05/01/2013. Law enforcement officials believe these children to be in grave or immediate danger. If you have any information regarding this abduction contact the Llano County Sheriff’s Office at 325-247-5767. News Media Point of Contact is Llano County Sheriff’s Office at 830-220-3074.

Missing Child
Name: Misty Chyann Sloan
Alias:
Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown
Skin Color: White Age: 15 years-old
Height: 4 feet 10 inches Weight: 95 pounds
Gender: Female
Description: The child’s date of birth is 09/06/1998.

Missing Child
Name: Savannah Meshell Sloan
Alias:
Hair Color: Blonde Eye Color: Blue
Skin Color: White Age: 13 years-old
Height: 4 feet 5 inches Weight: 84 pounds
Gender: Female
Description: The child’s date of birth is 11/16/1999.

Suspect
Name: Keith Taylor Mize (uncle)
Alias:
Hair Color: Blonde Eye Color: Hazel
Skin Color: White Age: 33 years-old
Height: 5 feet 11 inches Weight: 180 pounds
Gender: Male
Description: The suspect’s date of birth is 04/09/1980. He has a tattoo of “Misty and Savannah My Girls” on his chest.

Vehicle Information
Make: Ford Model: Explorer
Color: Black Interior Color:
License State: TX License Text: BT2-2261
Vehicle Description: The vehicle has duct tape on back windshield.

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