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The kidnapping of the Crosby County teenager was a false claim, officials said.

CROSBY COUNTY, Texas. The Swisher County Sheriff’s Office confirmed there was a “false claim” about the kidnapping that was reported in Ralls, Texas, according to a press release posted on social media Friday.

Officials said Thursday that the investigation into the kidnapping is being conducted based on information from Crosby County.

“Throughout this investigation, we have exhausted all leads and are very confident in our ability to communicate to the community that at no time has any citizen of Swisher County or neighboring counties been threatened in connection with this incident,” the press release said. .

See below for details.

The following is a press release from the Swisher County Sheriff’s Office:

On January 20, 2023 at 10:20 a.m., we received a call informing us of the events that had taken place during this investigation. It was discovered that a false statement had been made to the Crosby County Sheriff’s Office regarding a kidnapping incident in Rails, Texas.

In the course of this investigation, we have exhausted all leads and are very confident in our ability to communicate to the community that at no time was any citizen of Swisher or neighboring counties threatened in connection with this incident. We know that there is evil in our world today, and we are grateful for the support we have received from the community over the past two days.

I would like to take this opportunity to remind parents, friends and the community to remain vigilant in protecting our children. If anyone has any concerns about this, feel free to contact the sheriff’s office. I would also like to thank the law enforcement agencies of this community who helped us without any hesitation, including the Thule Police Department, the Texas Department of Public Safety, and the Kress Police Department.

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