ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Police say they have found one of the girls at the center of a Levi's Call.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation issued the alert Wednesday for Brooklyn Smith and Desire Hall.
Investigators believe Smith asked her father to pick them up in Alpharetta Saturday.
Investigators believe Steven Spires is driving a black 2011 Ford Taurus, with Georgia tag CAY7A95.
Police say a court order does not allow Spires to have contact with his daughter.
“There is an existing court order which prohibits any contact between the father and daughter,” Alpharetta police said.
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When Brooklyn last went missing from Hall County in July, she was found more than a month later with Spires.
The Alpharetta Police Department said that Hall was located in Covington Wednesday morning. Law enforcement was responding to an unrelated call at a hotel. Hall was found walking in the parking lot and said a man, other than Spires, had dropped her off.
Description of Brooklyn Smith:
Brooklyn Smith, age 13, 4' 11" to 5' 00" in height, weight 100, with brown hair and brown eyes. Last seen wearing a camouflaged Jacket and pants with a Florida Georgia band tee shirt and brown cowboy boots.
The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety is asking the public to help us locate the two girls. Please contact 911 if you are aware of their location. Also the department's tipline is 678-297-6307.
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