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BULLARD (CBSDFW.COM) – The search has expanded for a missing East Texas girl.

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Kayla Gomez Orozco was reported missing Tuesday night. An Amber Alert was issued for her after she disappeared from a Bullard Church that evening.

A $60,000 reward is offered for her return but FBI agents said that they need the public’s assistance in search efforts.

On Saturday morning the community will gather in the parking lot at Bullard High School to look for Kayla. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old to help out and they ask that they wear bright-colored clothing.

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“We have been working around the clock and following up on every lead,” said Agent Tom Class.

A Facebook page called, ‘Help Find Kayla’ has been set up for those who would like to share information about Kayla onto their personal Facebook pages.

Members of the community have handed out flyers while wearing pink shirts in support of Kayla. A Go-Fund me page has also been created to help the family.

Investigators said that a parade that was scheduled for Saturday in Bullard as part of a festival has been cancelled so police can focus on the search.

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Agents ask the public to call a special tip-line with any information.  That number is 972.559.5711