Amber Alert Issued for Two Young Girls After Mother Found Dead

Photo via Center of Missing and Exploited Children

Authorities in Texas have issued an Amber Alert for two young girls after their mother was found dead under suspicious circumstances.

Round Rock police responded to a home at the 2600 block of Leslie Court  for a welfare check on Sunday and discovered the woman dead inside the residence.

After an investigation, authorities also realized that the woman’s two girls, 14-year-old Lilianais Victoria Cake Griffith and 7-year-old Luluvioletta Bandera-magret, were missing along with the woman’s roommate, 44-year-old Terry Allen Miles.

Police reported that Miles, is a person of interest in the woman’s death and in the case of the two missing girls.

Griffith is described as a 5 foot 10 white female weighs 100 pounds. She has brown eyes and wears a right nose stud and has braces. Bandera-magret is described as a 4 foot 5 white female weighing 75 pounds. She has curly brown hair and brown eyes.

Miles is described as a 6 foot 2 white male who weighs 200 pounds. He has hazel eyes, wears glasses and has a beard. At this time it is unclear Miles relationship to the girls, but neighbors reported that he moved into the home about two months ago.

Miles was last seen Saturday night in Round Rock, Texas, on December 30th, however, there have been reports of sightings in Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado.

Police believe he may be heading to Louisiana and may be driving his gray 2017 Hyundai Accent with a white sticker in the upper right corner, Texas license plate JGH-9845.

 (Photo: Round Rock Police)  

If you have any information regarding this you’re asked to call the Round Rock Police Department at 512-218-5516 or dial 9-1-1.



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