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UPDATE: Amber Alert Issued For 16-Year-Old Has Been Canceled

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UPDATE: An Amber Alert issued for a missing 16-year-old has been canceled. Vivian Gaspar-Guerrero has been located and is safe.

UPDATE: A 16-year-old girl is missing in Washington, and authorities are worried she's been kidnapped because the screen on her bedroom window was cut and the room was in disarray.
    
Vivian Gaspar-Guerrero was last seen at 9 p.m. Tuesday in her bedroom. Her parents discovered her missing at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday amid signs of a struggle in the room.
    
The Mason County sheriff's office has issued an Amber Alert.
    
Chief Deputy Dean Byrd says investigators are canvassing the neighborhood. They have no suspects.
    
Gaspar is Hispanic, 5-foot-2 and weighs 128 pounds. She has black hair just past her shoulders and is believed to be wearing black shorts and a black blouse.

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SHELTON, Wash. (AP) - The Mason County sheriff's office has issued an Amber alert for a 16-year-old Shelton girl they believe may have been kidnapped.
    
Vivian Gaspar was last seen at 9 p.m. Tuesday in her bedroom. Her parents discovered her missing at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday amid signs of a struggle in the room.
    
Chief Deputy Dean Byrd says the bedroom window was open and the screen had been cut. The room was in disarray.
    
Byrd says investigators are canvassing the neighborhood. They have no suspects.
    
Gaspar is Hispanic, 5-foot-2 and weighs 128 pounds. She has black hair to just past her shoulders and is believed to be wearing black shorts and a black blouse.

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