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Child in Pennsylvania Amber Alert found safe in Caroline County

From the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office:

Tuesday at 2:48pm the Caroline County Emergency Communications Center received a call from a concerned citizen, reporting seeing a vehicle and child they believed were displayed on an Amber Alert in Pennsylvania. The vehicle and child were located at the Exxon gas station, 24270 Rogers Clark Boulevard, in the Carmel Church area. The citizen was able to provide the Emergency Communications Center with the license plate number of the vehicle, which was confirmed to be the vehicle from the Pennsylvania Amber Alert.
Caroline deputies responded to the Exxon and were able to safely recover the child and arrest a suspect, 37 year-old Courtney Foulk, of Pennsylvania. Foulk was transported to Pamunkey Regional Jail, where she is being held without bond on an extradition warrant and is facing charges related to kidnapping from the Pennsylvania State Police.
The child in this case, a 5 year-old girl, was reported as missing since Monday, April 25, 2022, around 5:00pm. The child was last seen with Courtney Foulk in Pennsylvania. The vehicle was described as a 1996, teal, Chevrolet Lumina.
Caroline Sheriff, Tony Lippa, stated “I am so thankful for the concerned citizen who spotted the vehicle and girl, and notified the Caroline Sheriff’s Office. This citizen watched the vehicle and child, constantly providing information, until deputies could arrive and recover the child. I am also very thankful for the continued hard work and dedication of our Caroline County deputies. More than all, I am so happy to report that the little girl in this case is safe”.
If you or someone you know has a child who is missing, please contact your local law enforcement office to report them missing and call the National Child Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST  (1-800-843-5678).

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