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Missing Kilgore girl found safe

Jessica Madden. (Photo Source: Kilgore Police) Jessica Madden. (Photo Source: Kilgore Police)
KILGORE, TX (KLTV) - Kilgore Police confirm with KLTV that authorities have located a missing girl in the Kilgore area.

Officials say 12-year-old Jessica Madden was found sometime before midnight Tuesday. Officials say her family reported her missing after she disappeared on Redbud Street in Kilgore just hours before.

Police did not confirm where or how she was found, but said Jessica is now home safe with her family.

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