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Amber Alert: Authorities believe west Texas teen is in immediate danger

(Source: Brewster County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Brewster County Sheriff's Office)
BREWSTER COUNTY, TX (KAUZ) -

An Amber Alert has been issued for a teen in west Texas.

Authorities in Brewster County are looking for Stormie Clemmer, 15. 

Clemmer is from Grandfalls, Texas. She is five feet, seven inches tall with short brown hair and green eyes. 

Clemmer was last seen wearing a black shirt, blue jean shorts, and hiking shoes. Authorities said they believe she was wearing a necklace with a heart and a dragon claw. 

Clemmer was last seen in the Alpine area. Authorities believe Clemmer is in grave or immediate danger. 

She may be in the company of Andrew Brian Akers, 20. Akers is five feet, eleven inches tall and weighs around 210 pounds. 

Akers has brown hair and brown eyes. The pair may be traveling in a  2000's model black Ford Ranger.

Authorities believe they may be traveling east on Interstate 20 towards Dallas or possibly to Colorado or Ohio, where Akers is from. 

If you have any information, contact the Brewster County Sheriff's Office at (432) 837-3488.

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