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Teen’s dog found tied to fence – police searching for the 14-year-old girl

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Police in Bedford, Texas, are searching for a 14-year-old girl who disappeared this week after taking her dog for a walk. According to CBS Dallas-Fort Worth, Kaytlynn Cargill took the family dog for a walk on the evening of June 19 near her home in the 1700 block of Oak Creek Lane.

Cargill never returned home and her dog was later found tied to a fence at a nearby park. Though the situation is concerning, the police have not authorized an amber alert on behalf of the missing girl. In a release, the local police department stated:

Kaytlynn Cargill is currently listed as a missing person. We are attempting to locate Kaytlynn and are in the process of talking with people who may assist in the case, but as of right now, we do not know her whereabouts. Bedford Detectives are diligently investigating this incident and are requesting any information regarding Kaytlynn’s location.

At this time, we have no reason to believe she is in any danger and we do not have any reason to suspect foul play is involved in her disappearance. Due to this, an Amber Alert is not authorized.

The Bedford Police Department has provided the teen’s description:

Kaytlynn is 4’6″ and weighs approximately 85 pounds. She has short brown hair and brown eyes. Kaytlynn was last seen wearing a light blue flat bill hat, white t-shirt and blue jean shorts with white lace around the bottom.

Anyone with information about the missing girl’s whereabouts is asked to call the police at 817-952-2440.

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13 replies
  1. Darla says:

    I thought the purpose of an Amber Alert was for any child who is missing, whether or not it’s considered an abduction, runaway, etc. I hope they find her and she’s safe.

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    • Carrie Ainsley says:

      It’s only for abductions and they need enough information about the abductor and/or vehicles involved to believe the child is in danger and that the public can assist with the recovery.

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  2. Cynthia Como says:

    Oh no! I hope this young girl is safe! Sounds to me that the police aren’t very concerned about this girl,maybe they know then what they saying. PRAYERS FOR A SAFE RETURN

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  3. Tracy Whitcomb says:

    What constitutes an emergency to allow an Amber Alert???? This should be put out so people know that she is missing. Horrible!!!

    Reply
  4. tina says:

    How can they assume she’s not in any danger or foul play is not suspected. Positive thoughts going out for her return.

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  5. JOSEPHINE FRAZIER says:

    Hope they find her, and is the dog okay? A young girl should not be walking by herself, even with a dog. Too many monsters out there!

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  2. […] leaving her Bedford, Texas, home to walk the family dog. On the evening of June 19, 14-year-old Kaytlynn Cargill took her dog for a walk, but she never came home – her dog was later found tied to a fence at […]

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