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Amber Alert: 16-year-old boy missing, possibly kidnapped

Missing: Aron Jones (source:  Dallas Police Department) Missing: Aron Jones (source: Dallas Police Department)
Suspect Tarvarus Stuckey (Source: Dallas Police) Suspect Tarvarus Stuckey (Source: Dallas Police)

From Dallas Police Department:

The Dallas Police Department has issued an Amber Alert for the kidnapping of Aron Lavon Jones B/M/16. On March 26, 2013, at approximately 5:00 P.M., Aron Jones was observed walking away from his home in the 7900 block of Lost Mirage Drive with two other males. He has not been seen or heard from since.

Missing Persons detectives now have reason to believe Aron Jones is a kidnapping victim and is in imminent danger. Aron Jones is a B/M/16, 5'7", 160 lbs., black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing khaki pants, black polo shirt, and blue and white sneakers. This incident is documented on Service #71993-A.

If anyone has any information regarding this incident, please contact Detective Butler at 214-671-4268. If you need an immediate response, please contact 911.

The suspect is Tarvarus Stuckey, 24 years old, 6'4" and 185 pounds. He is described as having black hair and brown eyes. Date of birth is March 26, 1989.

Vehicle identifiers: Gold 2005 Land Rover SUV. License plate number DN2B787.

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