Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

Over 100 people, including 75 law enforcement personnel, are searching for a missing nine-year-old girl in upstate New York. Charlotte Sena, a fourth grader, was last seen riding her bicycle in Moreau Lake State Park on Saturday evening. Authorities suspect she may have been abducted.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul provided an update on the search, stating that Charlotte went on a bike ride with friends and decided to go on one more loop by herself. When she didn’t return after 15 minutes, her parents became concerned and started looking for her. Charlotte’s mother called 911 after 30 minutes, and the state police arrived on site shortly after.

The search effort involves various teams and resources, including the New York State Police, dogs, aviation, bloodhounds, sword operators, special response teams, New York State Park Police, forest rangers, underwater rescue teams, and drones. Technology experts have also been brought in to analyze communications in the park at the time of Charlotte’s disappearance.

The governor emphasized the extensive efforts being made to find Charlotte, with over 100 personnel, two drones, an airboat search team, and six underwater rescue teams involved in the search operations. No stone is being left unturned in the search for her.

As part of the search efforts, the New York State Police have activated the Amber Alert, a child abduction emergency alert. The alert provides details about Charlotte’s appearance, stating that she was last seen wearing an Orange tie-dye Pokemon shirt, dark blue pants, black crocs, and a gray bike helmet.

The search for Charlotte Sena continues, and authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward.

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