Girl, 4, feared to be in ‘extreme danger’ is ‘safely located’; Amber Alert canceled: Virginia police

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CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Va. — The Amber Alert for a missing 4-year-old, feared to be in “extreme danger,” has been canceled, the Virginia State Police said Tuesday.

The alert was activated Monday evening, and Annabelle Dorethea Hope Richardson, 4, was believed to be in “extreme danger,” police stated in a Facebook post.

Richardson and her “abductor” have been “safely located,” police later said. No further information was offered on her condition, or how and when she was located.

The little girl was last seen with her non-custodial father, Dylan Richardson.

The two were initially believed to be heading to New Jersey.

Conflicting reports from police and said the girl was last seen Monday, and Nov. 9.

Anyone with information about the alert is asked to call the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Department at 434-542-5141.