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Amber Alert issued for 2 children after suspicious death in Round Rock

Photo of the two juveniles RRPD is searching for. The two girls are believed to be in the company of a man named a person of interest in a suspicious death case in Round Rock. (Courtesy:Â?Round Rock Police Department)

An Amber Alert has been issued for two Round Rock children. Police believe they're with a man who has been named a person of interest in a suspicious death.ROUND ROCK, Texas (KEYE) -

Round Rock police said they were called out to a home Sunday to conduct a welfare check. They found a woman dead inside the home and both girls were missing.

Authorities are currently searching for 14-year-old Lilianais Victoria Cake Griffith and 7-year-old Luluvioletta Mariposo Bandera-Margret.

Griffith is a white female, 5'0", 100 lbs, with dirty blonde hair, brown eyes, a right nose stud, and braces. It's not known what she was last seen wearing.

Bandera-Margret was described as a white female, 4'5", 75 lbs. with curly brown hair, and brown eyes. It's also unknown what she was last seen wearing.

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Police are looking for Terry Allen Miles in connection with their abduction. Miles is a 44-year-old, white man, 6'2", 200 lbs, with brown hair, hazel eyes, and a beard. Authorities said Miles wears glasses.

Miles is driving a gray 2007 Hyundai Accent with Texas license plate JGH 9845. The car has a hatchback with a white sticker on the upper right-hand corner of the rear window. He was last heard from in Round Rock on Saturday.

Police believe he may be on his way to Louisiana. It's not clear what his relation is to the girls, if any.

If you see them call 911 or the Round Rock Police Department at 512-218-5516.

#RoundRock, #Texas #AMBERAlert. For most current information, go to https://t.co/LuX3nEjDfD.

— AMBER Alert (@AMBERAlert) January 1, 2018

ACTIVE AMBER ALERT for Lili Griffith & Lulu Bandera-Margaret from Round Rock, TX, on 12/31/17, TX plate number JGH9845 pic.twitter.com/3rdQP1Lq74

— Texas Alerts (@TX_Alerts) January 1, 2018
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