URGENT AMBER ALERT: Massive search underway after toddler girl is abducted from playground [Police]

Authorities in North Carolina have issued an AMBER Alert after an unknown woman reportedly abducted a toddler girl from a playground on Wednesday night.

Greensboro police said they’re looking for Ahlora Lindimen, 3, after she was taken from the Phillips Avenue area in Greensboro at around 6:30 p.m. Authorities told ABC News they’re looking for an unknown woman in her 20s who is the girl’s possible abductor.

In an alert posted to Facebook, Greensboro police attached a surveillance still of an unidentified woman who they said may have information regarding the missing toddler’s whereabouts.

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Authorities have described Lindiment as being roughly 2 feet tall, weighing 40 pounds, and having brown eyes and black hair. She was reportedly last seen wearing a short sleeve pink t-shirt, black jeans, and white sandals.

According to ABC News, the suspect was described as being 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing roughly 135 pounds. She was reportedly seen with her hair in a short ponytail and a short-sleeve black crop top and black pants with tiger print faces on them.

Anyone with information regarding Ahlora Lindiment’s whereabouts should call the Greensboro Police Department at 336-574-4035.

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[Featured image: Ahlora Lindiment, suspect/Greensboro Police Department]