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DETROIT, Mich — An Amber Alert has been issued for a 3-year-old girl from Detroit who is believed to be an endangered missing child.

Police are now looking for a 29-year-old man and an older-model green Jeep Cherokee.

Alonna Anderson is a black female, three feet tall, weighing 48 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing a floral shirt and skirt with white, pink, green, yellow, and orange flowers on the shirt, white sandals and braids in her hair that have beads hanging from them.

Police say that an unknown black male took Alonna from her residence in the area of Northfield Avenue and I-96 in Detroit. This person put her inside a vehicle while her father was assaulting her mother.

The Detroit Police Department believes she may have been abducted by Stacey Anderson, 29, described as 5’9″, 165 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. Anderson has a tattoo with a picture of a pit bull dog on his left arm and another with words on his upper back. Anderson was last seen wearing a gray t-shirt with a white t-shirt underneath, stone-washed gray jean shorts and gray Timberland boots.

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If you know anything, you’re urged to call 911 or the Detroit Police Department at 313-237-2579. The alert was issued at 11:26 p.m. Sunday and the case is classified as a stranger/acquaintance kidnapping.

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