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Wichita Falls Police Investigate Possible Abduction

Wichita Falls Police are investigating a possible abduction that was called in around 11 a.m. on Monday morning at the Baymont Inn. 

The person who called in the possible crime had left the scene, and so police only had the details of a teenage girl being held in a UHaul.

However, the following information was sent out to surrounding Law Enforcement agencies to include Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico:

2014 White GMC U-Haul cargo van (AZ AG08313) being driven by a black male wearing glasses. A 39-year-old white female passenger wearing a pink top and pink shorts. 

A second passenger, a dark skinned female, heavy set, last seen wearing black over white lounge pants.  

If contact is made check on the welfare of a white or Hispanic female, approximately 15 to 17 years old with a Mohawk with red curls on top.

If found, please call the local authorities.

Stay with Newschannel 6 as we bring you  more updates to this story.

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