A press conference was given this afternoon in the disappearance of Autumn Pasquale, who vanished from the streets of Clayton, N.J. Saturday afternoon.  The Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office says according to cellular records, a text was sent from Autumn's phone two hours after her disappearance.  Townsquare News Network's Stacy Proebstle was there, and phoned into SoJO with the new information.

Listen to Heather DeLuca's interview with Townsquare News Network's Stacy Proebstle:

There is now a standing reward of $10,000 attached to this investigation.

Autumn was last seen Saturday around 12:30 p.m. leaving her home in Clayton on her white BMX bike.  The blonde haired, blue eyed 12-year old was wearing Clayton Soccer shorts.  Autumn's parents became concerned when 9 hours later she hadn't returned.

Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office said during today's press conference they're search involves the Child Abduction Response Team, police dogs, internet and social media specialists, helicopters, the N.J. State Police, and a combing of the list of nearby registered sex offenders.

Anyone with information regarding Autumn Pasquale is urged to call the Clayton Police at 856-881-2300.

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