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Texas EquuSearch is working with Houston Police Department to locate 11 year old Kayla Miles.  An Amber Alert is now being activated.  The staging area is at 6309 Martin Luther King @ Yellowstone.  This is at the YWCA.  We will begin the search by passing out flyers to generate leads for the police.  However, an active full search may follow later.  We will need foot searchers and ATV’s.  The search will begin at 12:15 pm today, June 4, 2014.  Your Search Coordinator is Frank Black and he can be reached at 713-301-6813.  Your help is needed for this Amber Alert.  Please respond if you can.  Thank you for your continued support for these families.
On June 02, 2014, the missing juvenile was last seen around 7:30 am, in the 5300 block of Chennault Rd.  Kayla was wearing a peach shirt,
 purple capris, and brown flip flops and carrying a purple backpack.  If Kayla is seen or located, please contact the Missing Persons Unit at 713-731-5223 or Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500.
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Comments:
UPDATE:PRAISE GOD FOUND SAFE!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by DEDEKEENE at 6/5/2014 10:28:27 PM

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