HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — UPDATE 3:30 p.m.:
The Hot Springs Police Department has disabled the Amber Alert for the Trynytee case.
The Cutter Morning Star School District posted the news on their Facebook page saying, “Our prayers have been answered! Trynytee was found. She’s safe with the police.
The Hot Springs Police Department is looking for an interesting vehicle as part of the current Amber Alert. The vehicle is a white Nissan Versa with Tennessee license plate 59B D82.
An Amber Alert has been issued for a 17-year-old who has been removed from her job.
Trynytee Case quit her job, For Some Sugar on Me Bakery, around 9:15 p.m. on April 18.
The victim and another co-worker were heading to their cars parked a block away.
The couple encountered an unknown woman standing near a parked car and asked the victim if she could use her phone, according to a statement.
The stranger said she was lost and her parents lived in a condo in Hot Springs.
She changed her mind and told the victim that she had to use the GPS coordinates and asked the victim to move closer to the stranger’s car.
Meanwhile, the victim’s friend said she will pick up her car, parked in the parking lot owned by the City of Hot Springs, according to a statement.
When the friend arrived to pick up the victim, the victim was nowhere to be found, the statement said.
According to a statement, the friend attempted to call the victim with no response.
The friend panicked and called the victim’s mother, in which the mother repeatedly tried to call the victim’s phone and the victim answered and said “everything is fine”, when a male voice walked through the phone and said she demanded $10,000 for her return or they would kill and cut up the victim, the statement said.
The phone turns off at this time and no contact has been made since.
The victim’s cell phone received a ping and was last seen heading south on U.S. Highway 7 south of Hot Springs, a statement said.
She was last seen wearing a blue hoodie with the “Pour sugar on me” logo, legging-style pants and white tennis shoes.
If you see her, call the Hot Springs Police Department (501) 651-7711.
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