McKinney police issue Amber Alert for sisters, ages 9 and 6, believed to have been taken by their grandmother
Jame Burns, 60, was seen driving a black SUV when she took the girls from a McKinney restaurant Jan. 19.
In Collin County, McKinney police have issued a statewide Amber Alert for two girls believed to have been taken by their grandmother. McKinney Police say Texas Child Protective Services was overseeing the girls' visit with their father at a restaurant near Central Expressway Thursday evening when they were taken. Officials say the girls are believed to have been taken by their paternal grandmother, 60-year-old Jame Burns, and that the girls' father, Justin Burns, was involved in their abduction. He’s been charged with two counts of kidnapping.
An Amber Alert has been issued for two sisters, ages 9 and 6. Police are searching for 9-year-old Jessica Burns, who is white, 4 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 90 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. Police said Jessica was last seen wearing dark-frame glasses, a red long-sleeve shirt with black sleeves, and blue jeans.
They are also looking for her sister, 6-year-old Jennifer Burns, who is white, 4 feet tall and weighs about 60 pounds. Police said Jennifer has blonde hair and blue eyes and was last seen wearing purple-framed glasses, a light blue shirt with sparkle designs and blue jeans.
The grandmother, Jame Burns, is described as white, 5 feet 2 inches tall and about 230 pounds. Jame has brown eyes and may have blonde hair, police said. She was seen leaving the restaurant in a black SUV with a scratch on the front. The SUV was said to have silver door handles and a black interior, but a specific make and model were not known. The license plate is also unknown.