Georgia Amber Alert: Mireida Espinoza-Lemus abducted from Norcross


PUBLISHED Tue, January 24, 2017 - 12:41pm EST


A Georgia Amber Alert (Levi's Call) has been issued for 4-year-old Mireida Espinoza-Lemus after she was allegedly abducted from Norcross, officials say. Anyone with information is urged to call 911 immediately. (more)





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The incident happened on Tuesday when Mireida was allegedly taken from 5655 Hammon Drive in Norcross, according to the Norcross Police Department. Details about the exact circumstances of the abduction were not immediately released.

Mireida is believed to have been taken by Gladis Lemus, who is described as a 30-year-old Hispanic female with brown hair and standing about 5 feet 4 inches tall. She was last seen wearing a long brown jacket. The nature of her relationship to the child has not been disclosed.

Photos of the child and suspect have not been released, but Mireida is described as a 4-year-old Hispanic female with brown eyes, standing 3 feet 6 inches tall and weighing 35 pounds. She was last seen wearing a pink sweater and pink pants. She also has a birthmark in the shape of a star on her thumb.

Investigators believe that Gladis took the child in a 2009 Ford Flex with Georgia license plate number RCP9791. It is unknown where they may be heading.

Anyone who sees either Mireida, Gladis, or the suspect vehicle is urged to call 911 immediately, or call the Norcross Police Department at 770-448-2111 if you have any other information that could help investigators.

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