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Authorities in northeast Texas are currently searching for a missing 13-year-old female from Honey Grove, Texas who is believed to be in grave danger.

An Amber Alert was issued Thursday morning around 6:30 a.m. by the Honey Grove Police Department, which is west of Paris, Texas, for Kionna Braxton. Braxton was last seen on Tuesday, June 14th.

The Amber Alert was sent using the Texas Amber Alert Network and posted on the National Center For Missing And Exploited Children website. Kionna Braxton is a black female, 13 years old. She is 4'11" and weighs about 200 pounds.

She was last seen wearing blondish/brown braids, an orange and white cheerleading outfit and blue-orange-red Croc shoes.

Law enforcement officials believe that Kionna could be in grave or immediate danger. If you have any information regarding the disappearance and/or abduction call the Honey Grove Police Department at 903.378.2222 or call your local law enforcement office or 9-1-1 and report her location.

According to the Texas Department Of Public Safety, this is the 11th Amber Alert that has been issued in 2022 for a missing child from Texas. Thankfully those missing 10 children were all located and reunited with their parents or guardians.

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