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UPDATE: AMBER ALERT for Pflugerville child Canceled

Amber Alert Canceled TCSO report child is safe in their custody


An amber alert for a 4-year-old Pflugerville girl has been canceled. The Travis County Sheriff's office reports 4 year old Katelyn Ramirez is safe in their custody.


This is an AMBER CHILD ABDUCTION ALERT we need your help!

At approximately 3pm 4-year-old Katelyn Ramirez was abducted from 17501 Bridge Farmer Blvd, Pflugerville, Travis County.

Katelyn Ramirez is a white female. She is approximately 3’6”, weighs approximately 40 pounds, has blonde hair and brown eyes. Katelyn Ramirez was last seen wearing a light red short sleeve shirt, light red shorts and white socks.

The suspect is described as Eric John Ramirez, white male, 40-years-old 5’08”, 190 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes. He was last seen driving in an unknown direction.

Possible Vehicles include a maroon in color Chevrolet Camaro bearing the Texas License plate KBX7877, a Gray in Color BMW with dealer tags: 20089Z9, a white in color GMC Yukon License #JRV-2702 and a small white in color Volkswagon SUV with unknown plates.

If you have seen this child or have information about the incident please call the Travis County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch at 512-974-0845, Option 3… or 911 immediately.

4yo Katelyn Ramirez

Katelyn Ramirez,4

Eric John Ramirez, 40

Suspect: Eric John Ramierz, 40, of  Liberty Hill


(Photos: TCSO)

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