UPDATE: AMBER Alert cancelled after 3-year-old found walking down street alone; Police name suspect

A 3-year-old girl reportedly abducted from a Greensboro, North Carolina, playground was found safe Thursday night walking alone down a street, WRAL reported.

Police also named the woman they believed grabbed Ahlora Lindimen from the Phillips Avenue area in Greensboro.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, an AMBER Alert was issued for Ahlora after she was taken at around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. At the time, Greensboro police said they were looking for an unknown woman in her 20s who is the girl’s possible abductor.

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Police said the little girl was found around 8 p.m. Thursday near Word Faith Christian Center in Greensboro when a woman noticed her walking alone on the street and thought she resembled the missing girl. The woman called 911, and Ahlora has now been reunited with her family, police said.

Greensboro police identified the suspect as N’denezsia Monique Lancaster, 22, of Greensboro. She is described as a black female with a medium complexion, 5’6″, approximately 135 pounds, with her hair in a short ponytail. She is facing a first degree kidnapping charge, police said.

Anyone with information about Lancaster’s whereabouts should Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000, police said.

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[Featured image: Ahlora Lindiment, N’denezsia Monique Lancaster/Greensboro Police Department]