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MISSING Searra Clark


From PCPC Staff Reports

 VIDOR – A missing 15-year-old Spurger girl who was reported as missing more than a month ago was reported as being found late Tuesday evening.

According to investigator Cory LeBlanc, with the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office, Searra Marrie Clark has been found in a safe location, with a family member, and is no longer considered missing.

A statement from Tyler County Sheriff Bryan Weatherford thanked all of the area residents for all of the concerned calls and information regarding Clark.

LeBlanc said on Tuesday, prior to Clark being found, that TCSO was looking into every lead that had been provided.


Original Story

From Staff Reports

TYLER COUNTY ¬– Last week, the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office announced that it is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing juvenile.

Searra Marrie Clark, who, according to TCSO, was last seen in Tyler County between Woodville and Spurger, is still missing. Clark, a White female, is 5’4” in height and weighs 109 lbs. She has black hair and blue eyes.

According to the bulletin issued by TCSO, she was last known to be wearing a camouflage hoodie and black pants.

Clark has been entered into statewide and national databases as a missing person, according to a TCSO representative. The Sheriff’s Office has been fielding calls, but nothing, as of press time, that has led to her whereabouts.

Tyler County Sheriff Bryan Weatherford encouraged anyone who knows of her whereabouts to call the TCSO at 409-283-2172, or they can also report a tip about her location, anonymously, through the Crime Stoppers tipline at 936-639-TIPS, or via Crime Stoppers’ website at www.639TIPS.com.

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