A seven-month-old Emerie Rivera was missing in New Jersey. Let’s see more details about Emerie Rivera and the Amber alert issued in NJ.
What happened to Emerie Rivera?
New Jersey State Police have issued an Amber Alert for a girl abducted from Cumberland County. An Amber Alert has been issued for a 7-month-old girl last seen with her father Wednesday in New Jersey.
Emerie Rivera was last seen in Vineland, according to a Thursday morning tweet from the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office. The office identified the baby’s father, 22-year-old Ramon Rivera, as a “suspect” in the case.
New Jersey issued a photo of Emerie
New Jersey State Police issued a photo of the little girl, who has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink Minnie Mouse sweater and pants, according to the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office.
The office urged people to keep an eye out for a bronze Acura MDX with the New Jersey license plate H79NSN.
Is the father a main suspect?
Emerie was photographed by police. Her last sighting was with her father. As a result, her father Ramon 22 is thought to have kidnapped her. Police are hunting for the abducted youngster and have issued an Amber Alert.
Her mother is clearly more concerned than anybody else. The child is expected to make it home safely. The girl child’s identity has also been revealed. Anyone with the information can contact the destitute family and assist them.
Police on Search
Police identify the suspect as 22-year-old Ramon Rivera Jr. He is described as 5’7″ tall, 140 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Authorities are looking for a bronze 2013 Acura with a New Jersey license plate of H79-NSN.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact authorities immediately. Police asked anyone who sees them or the car to call 911.
What is Amber Alert?
An Amber Alert (also known as an AMBER Alert) or a child abduction emergency alert (SAME code: CAE) is a message issued by a child abduction alert system asking the public for assistance in locating abducted children. The method was developed in the United States.
AMBER is an abbreviation that stands for America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response. It was inspired by Amber Rene Hagerman, a teenager who was kidnapped and ultimately found killed in 1996.
Alternative regional alert names included “Levi’s Call” (in memory of Levi Frady), “Maile Amber Alert” (in memory of Maile Gilbert), “Morgan Nick Amber Alert” (in memory of Morgan Nick), and “Rachael Alert” (in remembrance of Rachel Alert) (in memory of Rachael Runyan).
AMBER Alert has also partnered with Google, Bing, and Facebook to provide information about an AMBER Alert to a growing demographic: AMBER Alerts are shown automatically when citizens search for or use map features on Google or Bing.
Citizens who search for related information in a specific location where a child has recently been abducted and an alert has been issued will notice an AMBER Alert if they use Google Child Alert (also known as Google AMBER Alert in some countries).
— Action News on 6abc (@6abc) January 5, 2023
Amber Alert Got Cancelled. Emerie Rivera was Located Safe. The Amber Alert is Cancelled. Thank you for your Assistance
AMBER ALERT Cancelation: Emerie Rivera was located safe. The Amber Alert is cancelled. Thank you for your assistance.
— PA State Police (@PAStatePolice) January 5, 2023
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