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Mother’s desperate plea after her three-year-old daughter was snatched from a playground

North Carolina police issue amber alert for three-year-old girl abducted from a playground – but the toddler’s mother accuses authorities of treating her like she ‘did it’

  • The Greensboro Police Department said that Ahlora Ashanti Sample Lindiment was abducted from a playground at 2411 Phillips Avenue at around 6.30pm
  • An Amber Alert from the department stated that the toddler was taken by a black woman described as being in her 20’s 
  • Ahlora has been described as having brown eyes and black hair, weighing roughly 40lbs and standing approximately 2′ tall 
  • Her mother – Erica Lindiment – pleaded with local news for help finding her daughter but shared on Facebook that police were treating her like a suspect 
  • The Greensboro Police Department is asking for anyone with information to call the department at (336) 373-2287 

North Carolina authorities are searching for a missing girl who was abducted from a playground on Wednesday night as the toddler’s mother claims police are treating her like a suspect.

The Greensboro Police Department said that three-year-old Ahlora Ashanti Sample Lindiment was reported abducted from a playground at 2411 Phillips Avenue at approximately 6.30pm. 

An Amber Alert from the department stated that the toddler was taken by a woman described as being in her 20’s. The woman – who is black – is said to be around 5’6′ and 135lbs with a short ponytail. 

 

Ahlora has been described as having brown eyes and black hair, weighing roughly 40lbs and standing approximately 2' tall

The Greensboro Police Department said that Ahlora Ashanti Sample Lindiment was abducted from a playground at 2411 Phillips Avenue at around 6.30pm

An Amber Alert from the department stated that the toddler was taken by a black woman described as being in her 20's

An Amber Alert from the department stated that the toddler was taken by a black woman described as being in her 20’s

Police share that the suspect was last seen wearing a black crop top with black pants that had tiger print faces on them. The woman was also said to be wearing dark flip flops and a gold chain.  

In an interview with ABC 11, the girl’s mother – Erica Lindiment – expressed her hope that someone would come forward with information about her daughter’s whereabouts.

‘Please help,’ she said. ‘I mean even if you don’t want to be known, or you don’t want to have your name or anything to do with it, you can always leave an anonymous tip to help us out, to help us find her and make sure she gets home safe.’ 

In an interview, the girl's mother - Erica Lindiment - expressed her hope that someone would come forward with information about her daughter's whereabouts

In an interview, the girl’s mother – Erica Lindiment – expressed her hope that someone would come forward with information about her daughter’s whereabouts

On Facebook, Lindiment suggested that police were treating her like a suspect. She then declared her plans to continue looking for her daughter

On Facebook, Lindiment suggested that police were treating her like a suspect. She then declared her plans to continue looking for her daughter

On Facebook, Lindiment suggested that police were treating her like a suspect. 

Ahlora was last seen wearing a short sleeve pink t-shirt, black jeans and she may have on white sandals

Ahlora was last seen wearing a short sleeve pink t-shirt, black jeans and she may have on white sandals

She then declared her plans to continue looking for her daughter.

‘I feel like time is being wasted in treating me like I did it,’ she shared. ‘I really feel like they just wanted to stop me from looking myself. 

‘But know this, (I’m going to) find who ever did this. And the rest will be history. Bring back why u still got a chance.’

Ahlora has been described as having brown eyes and black hair, weighing roughly 40lbs and standing approximately 2′ tall. 

She was last seen wearing a short sleeve pink t-shirt, black jeans and she may have on white sandals.  

The Greensboro Police Department is asking for anyone with information to call the department at (336) 373-2287. 



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