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14-year-old Amber Le, missing since August 3, has been found safe in Hood County, Texas.
COLLEGE STATION - College Station Police confirm that Amber Le, who has been missing since August 3, has been found safe in Hood County, Texas.
Police say the investigation continues and charges could be filed against non-family members in the case.
UPDATE FROM AUGUST 4, 2014:
On Sunday around noon the College Station Police Department received a missing person report from the parents of a teenage girl.
14 year old Amber Le is described as 5' 5" weighing 105 lbs with black shoulder length hair, brown eyes, and has a tattoo on her right leg and her back.
According to her parents, Le was last seen at her house in the 200 blk of Sophia in College Station around 9:30 that morning.
After leaving the house for a short amount of time Le's parents returned home around 11:15 a.m. to a note left by their daughter indicating she had left, and did not wish to be found.
CSPD believes Le is in the company of non-family adult(s) and has possibly left the local area. The Criminal Investigations Division is conducting additional investigation and working with other law enforcement agencies in an attempt to locate the missing juvenile female.
At this time there are no signs of foul play.
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