Dallas police: Missing Lancaster teen found dead inside home

Dallas police: Missing Lancaster teen found dead inside home

Dallas police: Missing Lancaster teen found dead inside home

The authorities and family members are continuing the search for Shavon Randle, a teen investigators say was kidnapped from a relative's residence in Lancaster about 10:30 Wednesday morning.

She was taking care of a cousin in Lancaster when she disappeared.

An adult male was also found deceased inside the home, police said in a media briefing early Sunday morning.

As reported by NBCDFW, Det. They later called again using Randle's cell phone to tell the family if they called law enforcement, they would harm the teenager. They were initially taken into custody on unrelated drug charges and investigators were questioning them. As reported by the Star-Telegram, officials are still seeking Michael Titus, 19, as another person of interest in the case.

Dallas County jailhouse records list Owens as being held on an aggravated kidnapping charge with a $500,000 bond, while jailhouse records for Wilkerson list him as being held at the Tri-City Jail on a charge of aggravated kidnapping for ransom, also with a $500,000 bond.

Lancaster Police and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents arrested two suspects on Saturday in connection with Shavon Le'Faye Randle's absence. One body was that of the 13-year-old teenager, while the second body belonged to an unidentified man.

On Saturday, three men and a woman were arrested in connection with the kidnapping, according to the station.

Authorities are offering a $25,000 reward for information that leads to Randle's safe return.

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