The Texas Department of Public Safety on Tuesday discontinued an Amber Alert it issued last week for 13-year-old Joanna Luna, who authorities say has been missing for two months.
Joanna Luna, 13, went missing from San Antonio on Aug. 20.Courtesy of the San Antonio Police Department
While Joanna is still missing, the state agency has discontinued the Amber Alert due to “no new leads returning from the Amber Alert,” said Nicholas Soliz, a spokesman for the San Antonio Police Department.
“Joanna Luna is still an active missing,” Soliz said. “SAPD will continue to work the case regardless and will follow any leads that do come in.”
DPS issued the Amber Alert on Nov. 6. Before going missing, she was last seen at 2:51 a.m. on Aug. 20 in the 11700 block of Spring Dale Dr. in San Antonio.
Authorities said that Joanna “absconded” with Richard “Xavier” Rodriguez, 17.
The San Antonio Police Department encourages anyone with information about Joanna’s whereabouts to call the missing persons unit at (210) 207-7660.
Texas Amber Alert issued for abducted San Antonio teen Joanna Luna
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Texas Department of Public Safety has issued an Amber Alert for Joanna Luna, 13, of San Antonio.
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Law enforcement officials said she was abducted by Richard “Xavier” Rodriguez, 17.
San Antonio police believe Richard “Xavier” Rodriguez, the suspect in an AMBER Alert, is driving a U-Haul with Arizona license plate AE4438. (Courtesy: San Antonio Police Department)
They described Luna as Hispanic with brown hair and brown eyes, five foot five inches tall, weighing 110 pounds. She was last seen wearing a dark gray t-shirt with black and pink Nike shorts and purple slides.
AMBER Alert flyer for Joanna Luna and Richard “Xavier” Rodriguez (Texas Department of Public Safety
The suspect named by police, Rodriguez is described as Hispanic with brown hair and brown eyes.
Police said Luna and Rodriguez are traveling in a U-Haul bearing an Arizona license plate with a license number of AE4438.
If you know anything about their whereabouts you are asked to call the San Antonio Police Department at 210-207-7660.