SAN ANTONIO, Texas — UPDATE [Jan.2] — A CLEAR Alert has been discontinued for missing endangered woman Debra Mitzelfelt. She has been located, according to the San Antonio Police Department.
ORIGINAL [Jan. 1] — The San Antonio Police Department has issued a CLEAR Alert for an endangered woman.
The alert was issued at 2:54 a.m. on Wednesday, January 1, 2020.
48-year-old Debra Mitzelfelt was last seen at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, on Tarkio Way in San Antonio, Texas.
She is described by police as a white female with brown eyes, brown hair, 5'03", and 160 pounds with a tattoo of a skull face on left shoulder and three hearts on her left wrist.
She is believed to be in a silver 2015 Ford F-150 with Texas license plate No. LVG0134.
According to her Linkedin account, Mitzelfelt is a licensed real estate agent in the San Antonio area.
"The state's Coordinated Law Enforcement Adult Rescue (CLEAR) Alert program, created by 2019 Texas legislation, is designed to close the gap between missing children and senior citizens," according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. "The CLEAR alert assists law enforcement in locating and rescuing missing, kidnapped or abducted adults or adults who are in immediate danger of injury or death, as well as aid in locating any potential suspects."
The name of the CLEAR Alert also in part honors victims of violence which led to the CLEAR Alert legislation: Cayley Mandadi; D'Lisa Kelley; Erin Castro; Ashanti Billie and the Rest.