Amber Alert issued for missing four-year-old Maleah Davis who has been 'kidnapped by three men' in Houston
An Amber Alert was issued on Sunday for missing Maleah Davis last seen wearing a pink bow in her hair and a light blue zip jacket. She was last seen near the Southwest Freeway and Highway 6 in Sugar Land
An Amber Alert was issued on Sunday in connection with a missing four-year-old girl who was reportedly taken by three men in Texas.
Maleah Davis was last seen near the Southwest Freeway and Highway 6 in Sugar Land, Houston before she was kidnapped around 9 pm on Saturday.
Her stepfather told ABC that he, his two-year-old son and Maleah were abducted by three Hispanic men in their 30s driving a 2010 blue Chevrolet Crew Cab pick-up truck. The alert said; "The father was assaulted, and he and his son were dropped off in the southwest Houston/Sugar Land area Saturday night. The abductors kept Maleah with them and drove off."
Authorities are investigating and the police do not know the motive behind the kidnapping. The license plate of the above-mentioned car is also not known. However, the incident is said to have taken place in north Houston.
Maleah was last seen wearing a pink bow in her hair, a light blue zip jacket, and gray/white/pink sneakers. She is described as an African-American female with black hair and brown eyes. She stands 3 feet tall and weighing 30 to 40 pounds.
As of Sunday morning, investigators were interviewing family members.
Anyone with information on Maleah's whereabouts is urged to contact HPD Homicide at 713-308-3600 or at 713-222-TIPS.