An arrest warrant has been issued for suspected kidnapper - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

An arrest warrant has been issued for suspected kidnapper

TYLER, TX - Tyler Police Department has obtained an arrest warrant for Enrique Vasquez, for Kidnapping, a 3rd degree felony.  The warrant was issued by Judge Jack Skeen of the 241st District Court in Smith County, Texas.  The bond has been set at $500,000.00.  The Tyler Police Department has received information that the Smith County Adult Probation Department has obtained a warrant for violation of probation for Enrique Vasquez.  He was on probation for a Burglary of Habitation charge stemming from an incident in 2006.

Tyler police are looking for a missing 11 year-old girl who may be with a man in his 20's.  The girl, Iridian Julissa Rodriguez goes by Julissa.  She has brown hair and eyes and is five feet tall. She was last seen around 11:00 p.m., Saturday at her apartment on South Kennedy in Tyler.

Police believe she willingly left with Enrique Vasquez, 23.

The Tyler Police Department has also set up a webpage for anyone with information concerning the location of Ms. Rodriguez or Mr. Vasquez.  The webpage can be accessed at www.tylerpolice.com.

Many local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies are assisting with this investigation.  Those agencies include the F.B.I., the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and the Border Patrol.  The Media is also assisting with disseminating this information not only locally, but statewide.

At this time, investigators have not received information as to the location of these individuals or the vehicle that they may have in their possession.

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