Amber Alert Issued for Mom and Son - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

2/20/05

Amber Alert Issued for Mom and Son

Police in Fort Worth have issued an Amber Alert for a young boy and his pregnant mother who may have been abducted from their home.

34 year-old Lisa Underwood is seven months pregnant. Her and her son Jayden were last seen on Friday, and didn't make it to her baby shower Saturday.

Police say they do not have a suspect, but Underwood and her 7 year-old son may be in a 2002 blue Dodge Durango with Texas plate 5GDF19.

Texas Amber Alert Updates
Read more about missing children in the state of Texas. Also learn more about what you can teach your children about abductions.

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