Missing Bea and Maya Borrego found safe, Dilley Texas amber alert cancelled

Missing Bea and Maya Borrego found safe – The officials and the family members of 6-year-old Bea Borrego and her 8-year-old sister Maya Borrego appreciates all efforts made in locating them. Two young children from the Dilley area were the subject of an active AMBER Alert and the officials requested for the help of the community in locating them. On Saturday at 11:15 a.m., the last time anyone saw them, they were on the 100 block of West Buena Vista Street, Santa Fe, NM 87505, United State of America.

Bea Borrego has dark brown eyes, and her hair is black. Her height is 3 feet 10 inches, and she weighs 50 pounds. The last time anyone saw her, she was donning a black shirt. Maya has brown eyes and black hair, and her height is four feet and her weight is fifty-two pounds. The last time anyone saw her, she was wearing a pink t-shirt with blue pants. Cassandra Alvarez, age 27, is the person who officials consider to be the suspect. She has brown eyes and black hair, and her height is 5 feet and 5 inches, and her weight is 160 pounds.

It is possible that Alvarez is behind the wheel of a maroon Mazda 3 with an unidentified provisional license plate. The Dilley Police Department requests that anybody who may have information on the whereabouts of the girls contact them at the following number: 830-965-2113.

Related news: Missing Colby Richards found safe in Spring, Texas

According to law officials, a man in his 30s from Texas who went missing at the end of May and prompted a search throughout the country was located and is in good health last week. The last time anyone saw Colby Richards was in the early morning hours of May 26, shortly after it was assumed that he had left his residence in Spring, Texas, which is located near Houston. His wife, Callie Richards, had stated on Facebook that she had filed the missing person report after she saw her husband walk into the woods that morning behind the couple’s house and not return.

She had stated that she did this after she saw her husband not return. Before the sheriff’s office reported on Facebook on Friday that Richards had been located, his absence received widespread media coverage and prompted a search effort that encompassed the entire country. According to the sheriff’s office, Richards was found in the vicinity of a junction in a bustling commercial area of The Woodlands, which is a district in the state of Texas in the Houston area located about eight miles north of Spring.

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