STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — UPDATE: Rabi-Ah Jalloh has been found, according to the Stafford county Sheriff’s Office.
State police issued a missing/endangered child alert on October 15 for the girl, who was believed to be with her mother. In their initial alert, police said the child was believed to be in “extreme danger.”
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According to state police, Rabi-Ah is 7-years-old and is believed to be in extreme danger. She is from Stafford County but police are unsure where she was last seen.
Rabi-Ah is described as a black girl with black hair and brown eyes. She is around four-feet tall and 70 pounds. There is no clothing description from when she went missing.
Police believe she is with her mother, Mariatu Jalloh. The mother is described as a black woman with brown hair and brown eyes. She is just over five-feet tall and weighs around 160 pounds.
They could be traveling in a car but there is no vehicle description currently available.
If she is spotted, state police advise you to call 911.