Amber Alert canceled for missing Jupiter teen

Published: Jul. 5, 2022 at 8:11 PM EDT
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An Amber Alert for a missing Jupiter teenager was canceled Wednesday morning.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement said Tuesday that Ashley Reyes-Hernandez, 15, was possibly abducted Saturday from her home in the 100 block of Fourth Street in Jupiter.

FDLE tweeted at 11:23 a.m. that Reyes-Hernandez was safe, but no other information was released.

FDLE said Tuesday that she may be in the company of Oliver Ramos, 19, her accused abductor, who has a history of being verbally abusive.

Jupiter police said Tuesday evening that a preliminary investigation has determined that Ramos left the area with Reyes-Hernandez in a newer-model dark minivan driven by an unknown female, along with an unknown male in the passenger seat.

According to investigators, Reyes-Hernandez was believed to be in the Atlanta area with Ramos.

WFLX spoke to Reyes-Hernandez’s brother, who has been anxiously waiting for his sister to return home.

"It's been very stressful. I can't even sleep. I just want my sister back. I just want my sister back," he said. "I've been waiting out here all night. I've had two nights waiting out here, literally, all night."

Her family said they have never seen Ramos before, but investigators said they were at least acquaintances of one another.

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