Brewster County Sheriff: Teen still missing although Amber Alert discontinued

Brewster County Sheriff: Teen still missing although Amber Alert discontinued
Stormie Clemmer (left) and Andrew Akers (right). (Source: Brewster County Sheriff's Office/State of Texas)
Stormie Clemmer (Source: Brewster County Sheriff's Office/Facebook)
Stormie Clemmer (Source: Brewster County Sheriff's Office/Facebook)

BREWSTER COUNTY, TX (KWES) - UPDATE: The Amber Alert for Stormie Clemmer, 15, has been discontinued as of 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson says the alert was discontinued because Clemmer got in the car willingly with Andrew Brian Akers, 20.

The Amber Alert did not meet the criteria to be kept up longer than 48 hours. If more information comes to light, the alert can be re-issued.

Dodson says Clemmer is still missing.

An Amber Alert has now been issued for a teen from Brewster County.

Authorities are looking for Stormie Clemmer, 15.

Clemmer is from Grandfalls, Texas, and is approximately 5'7" tall, with short brown hair and green eyes and was last seen wearing a black shirt, blue jean shorts and hiking shoes. We're told she was wearing a necklace with a heart and dragon claw and was last seen in the Alpine area.

Law enforcement officials believe that Clemmer is in grave or immediate danger.

Police said she may possibly in the company of Andrew Brian Akers, 20. He is 5'11" tall, 210 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Authorities said they may be in a black 2000 Ford Ranger extended cab with Fender flares, 5-spoke chrome rims and a temporary Ohio license plate.

We're told on Thursday night that they were east on Interstate 20 towards Dallas or possibly to Colorado or Ohio, which is where Akers is from.

The Brewster County Sheriff's Office tells us the parents of Clemmer knew about Akers being in contact with Clemmer for about five months. Authorities said that the parents cut off all of her social media usage and recently sent her to Alpine to stay with her grandfather and take driver's education.

The grandfather told authorities that he was not aware of the situation with Akers.

Authorities tell us Akers stayed at an Alpine motel for several days and that's when, authorities said, Clemmer reached out to Akers on social media.

We're told that after driver's education class, that's when, police believe that Akers picked up Clemmer but the exact time is unknown.

Authorities added that the pair had already passed through the Midland-Odessa area by 4:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon.

Police said Akers currently has an active warrant for kidnapping.

If you have any information, contact the Brewster County Sheriff's Office at (432) 837-3488.

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