An Amber Alert was just issued for an abducted child in Robinson, Texas. The missing girl is Cadence Masterpool, age 14, with dark hair (more detailed description below). Authorities are asking people in the Killeen, Texas and Temple area to be on the look out for a Silver Sedan with a Mexico license plate: GAC-513-C

Cadence was last seen wearing according the this announcement by the Texas Department of Public Safety:

"Low cut black dress tucked into pants, white and gray leggings and dark blue crocs with jewels. Has tattoo "5300 Brauswood" on left chest, a "Hello Kitty" tattoo on stomach and has lip and nose piercings."

Cadence is a white female, has brown hair, is about 5 foot 3, and weighs approximately 95 pounds.

Texas Department of Public Safety/Canva
Texas Department of Public Safety/Canva

What do I do if I think I have seen Cadence?

The rule is, "See something, say something." No lead is ever a bad lead, and it's better to dismiss a lead after proper vetting than to not share what you may have seen. If you think you saw something, always call The Texas Department of Public Safety at (512) 424-7981 or (866) 786-5972.

Please be on the highest alert if you believe you have a confirmed sighting. Even if the abducted child appears to be alone, there is a good chance her captors are also searching for her.

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Can I only contact Texas Dept. of Public Safety?

No, as always if you believe something to be an immediate emergency, please dial: 9-1-1. First responders are on high alert to always assist, and are trained for all situations.

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