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Tyler Police looking for a missing girl

Update 04:04PM:

Tyler PD has obtained an arrest warrant for Enrique Vasquez, for Kidnapping. The bond has been set at $500,000.00.  Tyler PD has received information that the Smith County Adult Probation Department has obtained a warrant for violation of probation for Enrique Vasquez.  He was on probation for a Burglary of Habitation charge stemming from an incident in 2006. 

The Tyler PD has also set up a webpage for anyone with information concerning the location of Rodriguez or Vasquez.  The webpage can be accessed at www.tylerpolice.com.

At this time, investigators have not received information as to the location of these individuals or the vehicle that they may have in their possession.

By Molly Reuter - bio - email

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Tyler police are looking for a missing 11 year-old girl who may be with a man in his 20's.  The girl, Iridian Julissa Rodriguez goes by Julissa.  She has brown hair and eyes and is five feet tall. She was last seen around 11:00 p.m., Saturday at her apartment on South Kennedy in Tyler.

Police believe she willingly left with Enrique Vasquez, 23.  Investigators tell us Vasquez borrowed a 1999 blue Pontiac Firebird Sunday morning with licence plate number T31-NJW. Police say they believe the two are on their way to Mexico and have now asked the state to issue an Amber Alert.

"She's under 17 years-old," said Tyler Police Officer Don Martin.  "We found a note stating that she was having severe problems at home.  We feel she is in danger due to the fact that she's not probably in sound mind."  Police say they've contacted authorities on the border to be on the look out for the girl.  If you have any information, contact Tyler police.  

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