AMBER Alert canceled in Chelan after 9-year-old found safe; teen still missing
UPDATE: The 9-year-old boy has been dropped off at home, but 14-year-old Rebecca Basil is still missing. The AMBER Alert has been canceled.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children reports the car was found in the Lake Chelan area.
#BREAKING: Chelan County Sheriff’s deputies have issued an AMBER alert for 14-year-old Rebecca Basil. She is said to be traveling with two unknown people — a man and a woman. Deputies say they don’t know where they’re going, but state Spokane was mentioned. @kxly4news pic.twitter.com/ybQ2hHwP8E
— Kaitlin Knapp (@Kaitlin_Knapp1) February 18, 2021
CHELAN, Wash. — The Chelan County Sheriff’s Office has issued an AMBER Alert for a missing 14-year-old girl believed to be traveling with two adults in her parent’s stolen car.
Rebecca Basil and her 9-year-old brother reportedly left a Chelan condo in their parent’s stolen car on Tuesday, driving to Malott. There, an unknown man and woman joined them, according to the alert.
They dropped off the boy in Chelan at around 5 p.m. on Wednesday, but Rebecca remains missing.
Rebecca is described as being 5’9” tall and 120 pounds. She has long, straight black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a dark green Carhart hoodie and light blue jeans with holes in them.
Deputies believe Rebecca is with a man, around 120 pounds and 5’9” in height, and a small woman last seen wearing a black coat.
They are believed to be driving a 2015 silver Subaru Legacy with Washington license plate BJU3169.
The sheriff’s office says Spokane was mentioned as a possible location.
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