Amber Alert Called off for NW Mo. girl UPDATE

Posted 3 months ago

By Stan Unruh

EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. (AP) — Police say they have located a missing 3-year-old girl safe with her biological mother.

The Kansas City Star reports  that Excelsior Springs Police Capt. Clint Reno says an Amber Alert had been issued earlier for Ramy  Demboski, who was taken earlier in the day from her father’s home.

Police said an adult was watching Ramy when a woman came to the door saying her car had broken down and she needed help. After the stranger left, the adult noticed Ramy was missing.

Police say the girl has been the subject of a custody dispute.

Ramy Angeline Demboski

Ramy Angeline Demboski

 

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EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. (AP) — Police in northwest Missouri are looking for a 3-year-old girl who may have been abducted from the home where she lives with her father and stepmother.

Excelsior Springs police issued an Amber Alert shortly after 6 p.m. Wednesday for Ramy Angeline Demboski. The girl has blond hair and was last seen wearing a white shirt, flannel shorts and black flip-flops.

Police Capt. Clint Reno told KCTV Ramy has been the subject of a custody dispute.

Police said an adult was watching Ramy when a woman came to the door around 3:30 p.m. saying her car had broken down and she needed help. After the stranger left, the adult noticed Ramy was missing.

Authorities are looking for a blue-gray Dodge Charger with Nebraska plates. They’re also trying to contact Ramy’s biological mother.