Find Missing Daejzia Morgan Alexander! ***(HAPPY UPDATE: FOUND SAFE!)***

Missing Teen Girl, Endangered Runaway

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HAPPY UPDATE: IT HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO MY ATTENTION THAT DAEJZIA MORGAN ALEXANDER HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE! PRAISE GOD!

Find Missing Daejzia Morgan Alexander!
She was last seen almost two months ago.
It was after two weeks after se was last seen
That she was reported as a runaway.
And only about two months later, her case is made public.
Who has failed this girl?

Find Missing Daejzia Morgan Alexander!
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Find Missing Daejzia Morgan Alexander! Daekzia Morgan Alexander is considered an endangered missing person. And she is classified as a runaway. These make her an endangered runaway. She is missing from Killeen, Texas. Daejzia was last seen on October 26, 2017. But she was reported as a runaway on November 9, 2017, about two weeks later. Where was she last seen? Who last saw her? Did Daejzia go missing on foot or in a vehicle? Is it like her to disappear without warning? Where may she be headed? What was she wearing when last seen? What may she have taken with her? The answers to these basic questions are unknown.

Daejzia Morgan Alexander is an African-American female. She is 15 years old. Daejzia is described as 5’0″ tall and 90 pounds. Her hair is black and her eyes are brown.

According to the Killeen Police Department, Deejzia Morgan Alexander has been found safe!

15 year-old Daejzia Morgan Alexander has been located and is safe with family members. We would like to thank everyone for their assistance in locating Daejzia. Killeen Police are searching for a 15 year-old female Runaway. On Thursday, November 9, 2017, 15 year-old Daejzia Morgan Alexander was reported as a Runaway to the Killeen Police Department. Detectives with the Criminal Investigation Division Runaway Unit were told that Daejzia was last seen on Thursday, October 26, 2017

Find Missing Daejzia Morgan Alexander!
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It looks like Daejzia Morgan Alexander has fallen between the cracks. It is hard to tell exactly who failed her. She was not reported as missing until two weeks after she was last seen? And her case is being made public only a month later? Is it because, being judged to be a runaway, it is assumed that she is not endangered? Or does it have something to do with the fact is that Daejzia is a missing minority teen? Truly, missing persons searches are unequal. Because of greatly limited information in her case, there is so little to go on in the campaign to be on the lookout for this teen girl. And she is an endangered runaway. Stress the endangered rather than runaway.

Information is badly needed! Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Daejzia Morgan Alexander? If you have any tips or leads, please call contact the Killeen Police Department via Bell County Crime Stoppers at: (254) 526-TIPS (8477). OR you can contact: 1-800-729-TIPS (8477). If you have Daejzia, contact 9-1-1 immediately! All information is anonymous and confidential. You could be eligible for a reward up to $1,000 in cash.

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