13-year-old Azle girl found safe after Texas Amber Alert, police say

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Authorities have canceled a Texas Amber Alert after a 13-year-old girl they said was abducted from Azle on Wednesday evening was found safe Thursday afternoon.

The teen “has been located, she is safe,” Azle police said in a social media post. “This is an open investigation. Thank you for the continued assistance.”

When the alert was issued Thursday morning, police said they believed the girl was taken by someone in a white panel van with two small windows on the back and a medium window on the side.

Authorities did not release a license plate, make or model, but said the van was from Texas.

No description of the suspect has been released.

The missing girl was in the 1000 block of Boyd Road in Azle when she was last seen around 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Amber Alert.

Police believed she was in grave or immediate danger.

Anybody with information was asked to contact Azle police at 817-444-3221.

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