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Amber Alert: 12-year-old girl missing from Dallas area, believed to be in grave danger

The missing child, left, and the suspect. (Source: WFAA) The missing child, left, and the suspect. (Source: WFAA)

From the Texas Division of Emergency Management:

CEDAR HILL, TX (KLTV) - The Cedar Hill Police Department is searching for Sommer Brown, black female, 12 years old, 5 foot 6 inches, 90 lbs, black hair, brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a black tank top and black basketball shorts.

Police are looking for Lisa Elizabeth Brown, black female, 43 years old, 5 foot 8 inches, 120 lbs, black hair, brown eyes in her abduction. She was last seen wearing a black blazer and a light green shirt.

The suspect is driving a gray, 2006 Ford Expedition with a Texas temporary license plate number of 86P 3357. The suspect was last heard from in Cedar Hill, Texas. They may be headed east towards Louisiana or Arkansas.

Law enforcement officials believe this child to be in grave or immediate danger.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 972-230-5785.

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