CANCELED/LOCATED SAFE:Amber Alert issued for abducted Virginia teen, FBI joins

UPDATE 11/4/2019 9:00 a.m.- According to several Richmond stations, Ms. Hicks was found safe and the case is still being investigated.

An Amber Alert for endangered missing 14-year-old Isabel Shae Hicks was activated and a felony abduction warrant was obtained on 33-year-old Bruce Lynch.

Isabel Shae Hicks
Gender: Female
Race: White
Date of Birth: 10/03/2005
Height: 4 feet 11 inches
Weight: 120 Lbs
Hair: Long, straight Blonde
Eyes: Blue
Date and Time of Abduction: Oct 21, 2019, 01:00 AM

The child was last seen at 3472 Crewsville Rd, Bumpass, Virginia.

Additional Significant Identifiers or Conditions of Child:
Birthmark on the inside of the right leg, both ears pierced

Bruce William Lynch
White Male, 5 feet 11 inches, 195 Lbs, Brown hair, Brown eyes. Cross tattoos on both upper arms, Tattoo of “Bruce” on the top of his back. The suspect believed to be armed and dangerous in possession of a 9MM handgun. The suspect had recent suicidal ideations.

Maybe traveling in a 2003 Matrix Toyota, Blue, Virginia tag VEM9071. Unknown.

P.S. Isabel Shae Hicks, the 14-year-old white female, believed to be abducted by Bruce William Lynch Jr., a 33-year-old white male, from her residence in Bumpass, VA. Lynch is believed to be armed with a 9MM and had recent suicidal ideations. They are believed to be traveling in a 2003 Toyota Matrix blue/silver in color with VA tag VEM9071. Lynch may have switched tags to VA, UXW3614 or 249-9UT Information received appears they may be traveling out of state and staying in areas where they could camp.

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