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OKLAHOMA CITY -- An Amber Alert issued last week for a missing 7-year-old has been canceled in Texas, according to Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation spokesperson Jessica Brown.

Texas Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Tela Mange said the alert was deactivated Friday because no new information is leading investigators to believe Aja Johnson is in Texas.

According to Brown, the Amber Alert for Aja Johnson will be reactivated in the event of any sighting of the girl.

Brown said there have been no substantiated sightings of the two or the white 2002 Toyota Paseo they are believed to be traveling in.

A $20,000 reward is still being offered to anyone with information leading to an arrest of Lester Hobbs, who is suspected of having kidnapped Aja and killing Aja's mother, Tonya Hobbs.