UPDATE: 3-year-old North Carolina girl found alive after Amber Alert

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Allyson Oxendine is missing out of Scotland County

UPDATE: 9 A.M .OCTOBER 31:

A 3-year-old in Scotland County has been found safe after an Amber Alert was issued.

Allyson Nicole Oxendine was found alive Thursday, according to the Scotland County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigative Unit.

“The Scotland County Sheriff’s Office extends its sincerest gratitude to the citizens and members of multiple communities who assisted and shared the information,” the unit said.

The unit said no other information will be released at this time.

Count on News13 for updates as we work to learn more.

LAUREL HILL, NC (WBTW) – An AMBER Alert has been issued for a 3-year-old girl out of Scotland County. Allyson Nicole Oxendine was reported missing Wednesday.

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Photo from Sheriff Ralph Kersey

Authorities say 3-year-old Allyson was last seen in the area of 10041 Hunt Road, in Laurel Hill. She is described as an Indian girl with brown hair and brown eyes. She is approximately 3’0″ and weighs about 32 pounds. Authorities say she was last seen wearing pink sweatpants, a maroon shirt, and Croc slip-on shoes. She is also said to be in possession of two white dogs.

The sheriff’s office says Allyson turned three Wednesday, the day she was reported missing.

Photo of Allyson from missingkids.org

Search and Rescue personnel along with members of another agency are assisting in the search. There is no abductor information at this time.

An AMBER Alert is issued in the most serious child-abduction cases, according to amberalert.gov. The goal is to immediately inform the community in order to assist in the search and safe recovery of a child.

If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the Scotland County Sheriffs Office immediately at 910-276-3385 or call 911 or star HP.

Missing Child******* PLEASE SHAREHave you seen me? Allyson Oxendine, age 3 years old as of today, was last seen in…

Posted by Scotland County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigative Unit on Wednesday, October 30, 2019

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