UPDATED 12:11a, July 29, 2013

The Amber Alert issued for Bryson & Kelsey Berry has been cancelled.

Tom Green County Sheriff David Jones told the Standard-Times the children are okay.

Brian Berry is the primary suspect in a shooting that took place in Wall around 6 o'clock Sunday evening. Two people were killed in the shooting; their identities have not been released.




Tom Green County Sheriff's Office

Sunday evening, just after 10:15, the Texas Department of Public Safety issued an Amber Alert for a missing brother and sister from Tom Green County. The Amber Alert is in effect for the vast majority of the state, including the South Plains, Permian Basin, Big Bend, Big Country, Texoma and Metroplex regions of the state. The issuing of the Amber Alert stems from shooting in Wall, TX.

The missing children are 9 year-old Bryson Berry and 7 year-old Kelsey Berry. Bryson Berry (both pictured) is described as a white male, 5 feet tall with blonde hair. Kelsey Berry is 4'5" tall with long brown hair.

Police are searching for 40 year-old Brian Jones Berry. He's described as a white male with blond hair, blue eyes, weighing 250 lbs and he was born on June 20, 1973.

Tom Green County Sheriff's Office

At the time of the children's disappearance, Brian Jones Berry (pictured, left) was driving a tan 2011 Dodge Ram with the Texas license plate of AX9 6509. The truck has a black grill guard and a silver toolbox. Brian Jones Berry was last heard from in Tom Green County.

Police believe the children to be in grave or immediate danger.

If you have any information regarding this abduction, you're urged to call the Tom Green County Sheriff's Office or your local authorities.