Missing 5-year-old girl found in Va.

UPDATE: Wednesday – 2/19/2014, 1:12pm ET

WASHINGTON – Virginia police have canceled an Amber Alert after finding a girl, who hadn’t been seen since Tuesday, in Accomack County.

The girl’s aunt was taken into custody, Virginia State Police say.

A state trooper spotted Olivia Dallas’ vehicle while patrolling in Accomack Wednesday, police say.

EARLIER: – Wednesday – 2/19/2014, 1:00pm ET

WASHINGTON – An Amber Alert has been issued for a five-year-old girl missing from Orange County, Virginia.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department says Amiyah Monet Dallas, was abducted Tuesday afternoon by her aunt Olivia N. Dallas, who has connections to Maryland and South Carolina.

Amiyah was last seen in the custody of her aunt but there has been no contact with either the girl or her aunt since Tuesday. Police don’t know where they may have gone.

Police believe Amiyah is in danger.

Olivia Dallas may be driving a burgundy 2001 C240 Mercedes with Maryland license plate 8AFZ03.

Amiyah was last seen at 15239 Mountain Track Rd., in Orange, Va. She was last seen wearing a pink thermal shirt with buttons, blue jeans, white Chuck Taylor-style shoes, and a pink, multi-color sweater.

She is about 3-feet tall, weighs 40 pounds and has pigtails and brown eyes.

Olivia Dallas has black hair and hazel eyes. She is about 5-foot-3 and weighs about 110 pounds. She has a history of depression and drug use.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Orange County Sheriff’s Department at 540-672-1200 or Virginia State Police at #77.

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