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SALEM, Mo. -- An AMBER Alert was issued for a 13-year-old Missouri girl Wednesday morning, but the Dent County Sheriff's Office has since said she has been found safe.

According to the alert, Trinity Lewis was abducted from 723 County Road 6090 in Salem, Mo., which is approximately 245 miles southeast of Kansas City, around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. By 7 a.m. Wednesday, authorities said she had been found and she was safe.

She told her guardian that she was going to a friend’s house but did not show up to that house.

She was believed to be with two white men, one in his 50s with a black, neat beard and the other in his 30s with a short stature, clean-shaven and a thin build. They were believed to be traveling in a maroon two-tone extended cab pickup truck with dark rear side windows.

Authorities have not said whether the suspects were taken into custody.

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Salem, Mo., is approximately 245 miles southeast of Kansas City.