Police seek Texas man in woman's death, abduction of 2 girls

Amber Alert issued for 2 children after suspicious death in Round Rock

Amber Alert issued for 2 children after suspicious death in Round Rock

An Amber Alert has been issued after two girls were reported missing in the Round Rock area.

Authorities believe that Bates' daughters, Lilianais Victoria Cake Griffith, 14, and Lulvioletta Mariposa Bandera-Magret, 7, are with the dead woman's roommate, Terry Miles, 44.

Miles was last heard from in Round Rock. They had a call come in for a domestic dispute. She also has a nose stud in her right nostril and has braces. "I was just glad none of my kids or my wife was here", Reid told KEYE-TV.

Reports indicate that he has been spotted in New Mexico and southern Colorado.

He may be headed toward Louisiana, according to KHOU.

Round Rock police shared an image of the vehicle on Facebook, along with photos and descriptions of Miles and the two missing girls.

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Miles, 44, is 6-feet 2-inches tall, weighs 200 pounds, has hazel eyes, wears glasses and has a beard.

Police believe Miles is driving a gray 2017 Hyundai Accent with Texas license plate JGH9845. Bandera-Margaret is 4-foot-5 and weighs 75 pounds. 0 in., 100 lbs. with light brown hair and brown eyes.

If located, police said to not approach him.

"Our whole focus is to get these girls home safe", Banks said.

Anyone with information should call the Round Rock Police Department immediately at 512-218-5516.

"Tonya spent her days caring for patients, and we will carry on her legacy by doing what she loved-caring for our community", said the hospital's chief executive officer, Jeremy Barclay. Law enforcement officials believe the girls are in grave or immediate danger.

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