Two Georgia Girls Kidnapped from Burger King: AMBER Alert Issued

An AMBER Alert has been issued for two young girls from Georgia who were reportedly kidnapped from a Burger King location over the weekend. Kylie Horne, 11, and Kylann Harper, 4, were last observed at the fast-food establishment on Veterans Parkway in Columbus at approximately 11:50 a.m. on Sunday, as per information shared in a Facebook post by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Update: #AMBERAlert canceled. Both Kylie and Kylann have been found safe. Original post: Levi's Call (GA’s…

Posted by Georgia Bureau of Investigation on Sunday, 15 October 2023

Authorities have expressed serious concern for the well-being of the girls, considering them to be in “extreme danger.” The alleged abductor is identified as Mikaela Harrell, and the trio is said to be traveling together. The vehicle they were last seen in is a 2011 blue/gray Honda CRV with the Georgia license plate number TGS7835. The nature of the connection between Harrell and the girls remains unclear.

There is a belief that they may have changed vehicles, and the current vehicle they are thought to be using is a 2004 Gold Lexus with the Georgia license plate number SBZ8631.

Kylie was described as last seen wearing a white t-shirt, gray sweatpants, and white crocs, while Kylann was reportedly last seen in a pink long sleeve shirt and pants.

Authorities are urging anyone with information to contact either 911 or the Columbus Police Department at 706-987-0994.

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