Texas Amber Alert: Maleah Davis abducted near Houston

Texas girl 5 remains missing after stepfather says she was abducted along with two other relatives

Texas girl 5 remains missing after stepfather says she was abducted along with two other relatives

An Amber Alert has been issued for a missing five-year-old girl who was reportedly taken by three men in Texas.

The men were driving a blue 2010 Chevrolet crew cab pickup truck and were last seen on the Southwest Freeway near State Highway 6 in Sugar Land, about 22 miles southwest of Houston, police said.

Her stepfather, whose name was not released, told police that he, Maleah and his toddler son were abducted by three men, according to the Houston Police Department. The father was assaulted before he and his son were dropped off in Sugar Land at about 8 p.m. on Saturday. Vence said no one would help him, so he went to Methodist Hospital around 10 p.m. with his son, according to police. He said police hoped the public could help them "fill in the blanks" in the narrative provided to them by Vence.

Darion Vence, the girl's stepfather, said he was headed to pick up the girl's mother from Bush Intercontinental Airport on Friday night when he heard a popping noise and pulled over, The Houston Chronicle reported.

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Vence later woke up in the back of the truck with Maleah and the 2-year-old, he told police.

Both Maleah and the Nissan Altima remain missing, authorities said.

A traffic camera captured an image of the auto driving through an intersection in Sugar Land just before 3 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. She was last seen on Saturday night with three men who allegedly abducted her.

The license plates on the truck and the motive in Maleah's disappearance are unknown, police said.

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