Abducted girl found safe after Fort Worth chase and crash

A girl is safe after Fort Worth police said she was abducted at gunpoint early Friday morning.

Police said two male suspects, including one juvenile, took the girl and two vehicles from a home near Chisholm Trail Parkway and McPhearson Boulevard.

Less than an hour later around 3 a.m., one of the vehicles was spotted and police tried to pull it over.

That led to a chase and crash near Interstate 35W and Sycamore School Road in South Fort Worth.

The two suspects ran off, leaving the girl behind.

She was taken to Cook Children’s Medical Center and is reportedly in good condition.


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Police arrested the juvenile suspect. He's facing charges for aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, arson, evading arrest, and the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

They are still looking for the other suspect.

The age of the girl has not been released.