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An AMBER Alert has been issued for abducted 6-year-old

'96 Buick Century (L) Leeanna Wilson (R) '96 Buick Century (L) Leeanna Wilson (R)
Alize Whipple Alize Whipple

The Massachusetts State Police have activated an AMBER Alert for the abduction of a 6-year-old child from Fitchburg.

State police are asking for the public's help in locating the missing female child. The child, Alize Whipple, is described as a black female approximately 3'9" tall, weighing 45 pounds with dark hair. 

Alize was last seen wearing a pink top, pink petite pants and pink sparkly shoes. 

She was last seen on Wednesday, Jan. 8, at approximately 4:00 p.m., on Normandy Street in the city of Fitchburg. 

Police said Alize is believed to have been abducted by her noncustodial mother, Leeanna Wilson, 50, from Fitchburg. 

Wilson is described as a white female approximately 5'5" tall, weighing 135 pounds with strawberry blonde hair. There is reason to believe Leeanna may cause harm to the child.

It is believed Wilson is operating a blue 1996 Buick Century with the license South Carolina plates "JJT687".

If you have seen and/or know the whereabouts of Alize Whipple and Leeanna Wilson police are asking you to call 911 or contact the Fitchburg Police Department at 978-345-4355.

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