FOUND SAFE: Mother and Daughter Disappear After Leaving Home of Mom’s Dad

Update: A Long Island mother and her 3-year-old daughter were found unharmed after they’d been missing since Wednesday morning, WABC reported.

No further information was provided.

Original story:

A Long Island mother and her 3-year-old daughter haven’t been seen since Wednesday morning, and police are asking for help finding them.

Alexandra Hill, 38, was last seen leaving her father’s home with toddler Chloe Sokolinksi at about 8 a.m. on Wednesday, the Daily Voice said. They were reported missing on Friday.

Suffolk County Police said Hill may be driving a red Honda Accord with New York license tag LBH7040, and they may have been heading to New Jersey, where a relative lives.

Hill is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and 125 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.

Police said the two had been staying Hill’s father’s home in East Setauket.

Hill’s mother, who lives in Pennsylvania, told the New York Post that she was “sick to my stomach” over the disappearance.

“I just found out,” Pamela Hill said. “Nobody told me. A friend of Alexandra’s called me because she said it was all over the paper.”

Hill said she hadn’t seen Alexandra and Chloe in more than a year.

The Post reached out to Alexandra’s father but did not receive a reply.

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[Featured image: Alexandra Hill and Chloe Sokolinksi/Suffolk County Police Department]