The 12-year-old Franklin girl reported missing early Saturday morning found safe Sunday afternoon, Amber Alert cancelled
Franklin, TX – The 12-year-old Addison Alvarez of Franklin that was reported missing by her mother on Saturday was found safe on Sunday, the local police confirmed.
The Amber Alert issued for Addison was discontinued on Sunday at 4:38 p.m. once the police confirmed they have located her over 150 miles away.
According to the incident report, Addison was last seen by her mother around 11 p.m. March 11 in the 500 block of North Main Street in Franklin.
Addison’s mother reported her daughter missing just after midnight on March 12 when she discovered that the girl was missing from her bedroom. The mother reportedly told the Franklin Police Department Addison went to bed around 11 p.m. Friday night, but when the mother went to put another child to bed an hour later, Addison was no longer in her bedroom and a window was open.
The initial investigation has shown that a 35-year-old unrelated woman, identified in the Amber Alert as Melissa Renee Salazar, has been involved in the incident and police had a reason to believe she had taken the little girl out of town without her mother’s consent.
Officials also believed Addison was in danger of death or serious bodily injury so an Amber Alert was issued.
Addison was found by the authorities around 3 p.m. on Sunday located 150 miles away from her home. The police didn’t release more details about the incident. Criminal charges are possible against the suspect who abducted Addison.
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