According to officials of the Dallas FBI, the body of 13-year-old Shavon Le'Feye Randle, who was the subject of a recent Amber alert after she went missing Wednesday, has now been found along with the body of an unidentified adult male.

Amber Alert issued for Shavon Le'Feye Randle

As reported by the New York Daily News, the teenager was last seen at her home in Lancaster at around 10:30 a.m. on June 28. Police said that, as an unknown man had taken Randle from her home and had later called a member of her family, an Amber Alert was immediately issued, as she was believed to be in immediate danger.

Family receive a call relating to the teenager’s kidnapping

As reported by NBCDFW, Det. Joseph Brickett of the Lancaster Police Department told reporters that a male caller confirmed the identity of the victim, saying they had her. They later called again using Randle’s cell phone to tell the family if they called law enforcement, they would harm the teenager.

According to Brickett, investigators traced the location of Randle’s cell phone for some time until the phone was turned off. Officials checked the various locations for surveillance video or witnesses who may have seen the teenager initially without success.

Suspects in custody relating to the abduction of the teenager

Two people were identified on Thursday as having knowledge of the teenager’s abduction and were named as Laporshya Polley, 25, and Darius Fields, 26. They were initially taken into custody on unrelated drug charges and investigators were questioning them.

On Saturday, July 1, the FBI, in cooperation with the Lancaster Police Department, arrested two people in connection with Shavon’s disappearance.

30-year-old Laquon Wilkerson, a suspect in the kidnapping, and Devontae Owens, 24, were taken into custody. Owens is currently in Dallas County Jail facing aggravated kidnapping charges. As reported by the Star-Telegram, officials are still seeking Michael Titus, 19, as another person of interest in the case.

Body of the teenager found

It was on Sunday that a special agent for the Dallas FBI, Eric Jackson, posted a Facebook Live video to announce that officers had discovered two bodies in a home in Oak Cliff, Dallas shortly before 3 a.m. Sunday morning. One body was that of the 13-year-old teenager, while the second body belonged to an unidentified man.

A reward of $25,000 has been offered by authorities for information relating to Randle’s kidnapping and killing.