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Amber Alert issued for Texas 5-year-old

Source: Town of Little Elm, Texas

The Little Elm Police Department has issued an Amber Alert for Tyler Neal, Black, Male, 5 years of age, 3 feet 11 inches tall 59 pounds. Last wearing blue jeans, green/blue button down plaid shirt, black and white Nike Tennis shoes, blue and gray Nike Windbreaker and a Sponge Bob backpack.

Suspect is victim's mother, Cynthia Neal, black female, 31 years of age, 180 pounds, 5 feet 4 inches. Suspect is known to wear wigs. Suspect Vehicle is a yellow 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser, Texas LP CC5-K500.

Law enforcement officials believe this child to be in grave or immediate danger. If you have information, please contact Capt. Harrison with the Little Elm Police Department at 469-853-4357.

UPDATE: The Amber Alert issued earlier today for Tyler Neal has been cancelled. The child has been located and is safe.

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