FOUND SAFE: 6-Year-Old West Virginia Girl Believed Abducted by Mother

Update 6:20 p.m.: An Amber Alert issued for a 6-year-old West Virginia girl believed abducted by her non custodial mother has been canceled after she and her mother were located in Kentucky, WCHS reports.

The mother, 37-year-old Shana Carf, was taken into custody on multiple charges after leading police on an Interstate 64 chase, during which she struck several Winchester police cruisers and a Kentucky State Police vehicle.

Police said the missing girl, Mila Carf, was not injured.

Her mother has been charged with fleeing/evading police; five counts of wanton endangerment of a police officer; four counts of criminal mischief; resisting arrest; reckless driving; failure of a non-owner operator to maintain required insurance; and no operator’s license in Kentucky. She will also face charges in West Virginia.

Original story:

An Amber Alert has been issued for a 6-year-old West Virginia girl authorities believe was abducted by her non-custodial mother.

Mila Carf is 4 feet tall and 65 pounds with brown hair and eyes, the West Virginia State police reports. She was last seen wearing a black and white hooded sweatshirt, black pants, and athletic shoes.

The mother, Shana Carf, 37, is 5 feet 7 inches tall and about 170 pounds with brown hair and eyes. She may be driving a white, 2014 Toyota Corolla with West Virginia license plate number 33G810.

Investigators believe the girl is in grave danger.

If you have any information on Mila Carf, please contact The West Virginia State Police at 304-558-7778, your local 911, or *SP” on your cellphone.

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[Featured image: Mila Carf, left, and Shana Carf/West Virginia State Police]