See pictures of missing Texas children & suspect in AMBER Alert - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

See pictures of missing Texas children & suspect in AMBER Alert

Ashley and Brandon Estrada (Source: Texas DPS) Ashley and Brandon Estrada (Source: Texas DPS)
Suspect: Miguel Mendez (Source: Texas DPS) Suspect: Miguel Mendez (Source: Texas DPS)
Source: Texas DPS Source: Texas DPS
EL PASO, TX (KCBD) -

The Texas Department of Public Safety has issued an AMBER Alert for two El Paso children. Police are searching for 9-year-old Ashley Estrada and 10-year-old Brandon Estrada.

Ashley is 4'6" with black hair, brown eyes, and weighs 100 pounds. She was wearing a t-shirt and jeans. Brandon is 4'5" with black hair and brown eyes, he weighs 90 pounds and was wearing a dark shirt and jeans. 

Both were last seen in El Paso around 4:30 Thursday afternoon. Police believe they could be with 29-year-old Miguel Mendez. He is a 5'10" male with brown eyes and black hair. 

Authorities say the children and Mendez could be in a multicolored 2001 Acura with the Texas license plate reading HGV-4546.

You may see traffic signs on the Loop with this information. 

If you have any information you're urged to call the El Paso Police Department at 915-832-4498, or contact your local authorities. 

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