Tragic news has been released about a teenage girl who disappeared shortly after 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 a nearby park.
The local authorities did not suspect foul play and an amber alert was not issued for the missing teen, who was believed to be a runaway – according to the New York Post, Cargill’s body has since been found in a landfill.
The Bedford Police Department issued a release about the tragic news – the girl’s body was found on Wednesday in a landfill in Arlington, Texas. The investigation into this tragedy is ongoing – anyone with information is asked to call the police at 817-952-2440.
Prior article about Kaytlynn’s disappearance at this link.
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