Contact the Arlington Police Department if you have any information on the case that helped create the Amber Alert.
Amber Hagerman was just 9 years old when she was kidnapped and murdered in Texas in 1996. Her case brought much needed attention to the abduction of children in the U.S., and it led to the creation of the Amber Alert sustem.
Though her death helped save the lives of countless children through the years, Amber's abductor and killer is still unknown. But police have not given up.
Contact the Arlington Police Department if you have any information on Amber's case. The department can be reached 817-459-5691. Or leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers of Tarrant County at 817-469-TIPS (8477).
"The Arlington Police Department remains just as committed to solving this case today as it did 25 years ago. We continue to pursue every new tip we receive, and our detectives continue to explore any and all breakthroughs in technology that may help provide answers. We still believe, even after all this time, that someone out there has that critical piece of information that will lead us to Amber Hagerman's killer. That's why we strongly encourage anyone with information to contact us. Donna Williams and the Hagerman family deserve to know what happened to Amber. We continue to work for them."