The 12-year-old girl police believed was abducted from Reagan National Airport yesterday (Thursday) has been found safe.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says JinJing Ma was located today, after issuing an Amber Alert for her yesterday. Ma was “found in the New York City borough of Queens, safe and in the custody of her parents,” according to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
Thank you for sharing her poster, without your help we wouldn't be able to bring you this fantastic news! pic.twitter.com/hxIfqSvB45
— NCMEC (@MissingKids) August 3, 2018
State police issued the alert after learning a woman had led Ma into a car, after Ma arrived from New York as part of a Chinese tour group.
Photo courtesy of Virginia State Police
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