UPDATE: Missing Flower Mound girl has been found

14-year-old Emma Frost went missing Thursday from her Flower Mound home. (Photo courtesy of Debra Frost)

Update at 11:15 a.m.: Flower Mound Police Captain Wess Griffin said Emma Frost, the missing girl, has been located by a school resource officer Friday morning.

Original story: Authorities are searching Friday for a missing girl from Flower Mound.

Emma Frost, 14, was not at her home on Sunnyview Lane when her parents woke up on Thursday morning. Her mother, Debra Frost, said Friday that they believe Emma ran away.

Debra Frost said she wasn’t sure why Emma would run away, but she did have a “rough day at school” on Wednesday.

The Frosts don’t know where Emma may have gone, Debra said. They’ve tried all her friends, and have been trying to spread the news on social media and over the phone while driving around, searching for her and staying in touch with police.

“We love her and want her to come home,” Debra said.

Emma is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall with brown hair and brown eyes, said Captain Wess Griffin, spokesman for the Flower Mound Police Department. There was no “last seen wearing” description, and it is not known where she might have gone or who she might be with, Griffin said.

If you have information about Emma’s whereabouts, or if you see someone who looks like her, call Flower Mound police at 972-539-0525, or, if you believe she is in danger, call 911.


Mark Smith
Mark Smith
Mark Smith is the Digital Editor of The Cross Timbers Gazette.

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