GREENSBORO, N.C. (WRAL) - Greensboro Police say the case of the missing 3-year-old girl that led to an Amber Alert "has ended with a positive result."
The FBI confirmed to WGHP that Ahlora Lindiment was found alive. Officials did not give further details as to her condition. NBC affiliate WXII reports officials were still searching for the suspected abductor.
An Amber Alert was issued for Lindiment Wednesday night after she was taken by an unknown woman from a playground at 2411 Phillips Ave. in Greensboro.
Police identified the woman who took the child as a black woman in her 20s who is about 5 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs around 135 pounds. She had a short ponytail and was wearing a black short-sleeve crop top, tiger-print pants with a yellow stripe and dark flip flops.
A surveillance photo released Thursday shows a woman who police said during a Thursday afternoon news conference is considered a suspect. Police said the woman has no known connection with the girl’s family. Two new photos of the woman were also released Thursday evening.