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Missing Texas teen feared to have been kidnapped by sex traffickers found safe

October 14, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Missing Texas teen feared to have been kidnapped by sex traffickers found safe

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A 15-year-old Texas girl who had gone missing two weeks ago and feared she had been abducted by sex traffickers was found safe, a private investigator revealed.

Isabella McCarble was last seen at her home in a gated community in Houston when her mother said goodnight to her before they went to sleep on October 3rd.

Friends and family of Isabella posted the news of her disappearance on social media in the hope of finding her.

Her phone was turned off since the night she vanished and her social media accounts had no activity.

Isabella’s mother Christina McCarble said her daughter doesn’t drive a and is fearful that she was abducted by sex traffickers.

“I feel like somebody has her, she’s being held against her will,” McCarble said to KHOU. “I just want her to come home.”

However, Brad Perkins, a private investigator hired by the family told local media affiliates that the young sophomore high school student had been found safe, The Houston Chronicle reported.

In a statement released late Thursday night, her family thanked many supporters, including Perkins and his team at Your Eye Investigations in Houston for their help in locating McCarble.

Houston Police also assisted helping to find the girl.

“Their surveillance of several persons of interest at multiple locations, along with breaks developed tonight, proved to be of invaluable importance,” the family said.

Media reports Media haven’t detailed any further information on how or where the teen was located.

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