Missing 3-year-old Excelsior Springs girl found

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Update: Ramy Demboski has been found.

EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. — Police are trying to find a little girl after she was she went missing Wednesday afternoon in the 100 block of Persimmon Drive. An Amber Alert was issued for three-year-old Ramy Demboski at about 6 p.m. on Wednesday night.

Ramy disappeared at about 3:20 p.m. Wednesday, around the same time as a black woman driving a blueish-silver Dodge Charger knocked on the door of the home where Ramy was staying at the time. Ramy is white and has blonde hair, she was last seen wearing a white shirt with a mouse and kite on it as well as pink and yellow flannel shorts. She was also wearing black flip-flops with pink beads.

FOX 4’s Robert Townsend spoke to Ramy’s stepmom, who said a woman came to her door Wednesday afternoon. Paulina Nave says she looked out her peephole and saw the woman. The hood of the woman’s car was up and she had two small children in the backseat.  The woman asked if she could use the phone. Paulina Nave says she was on her phone so she got a cell phone from a friend of hers and heard the woman call a man, who told her it would be 45 minutes before he could come fix her car.

Paulina then left to pick up her friend’s daughter from school. While she was gone, she got a phone call, telling her Ramy was gone.

“I don’t know where she is. I know what she was wearing. Right before I left to go pick up the oldest daughter, she said ‘Look Mommy. I’ve got fishy shorts on,’ and I didn’t think,.. I didn’t think this woman would take her. She had kids! I gave her water. I gave her Gatorade because she has kids and I have kids and it’s hot and she’s gone,” Paulina Nave said.

Law enforcement agencies are now attempting to locate a silver Dodge Charger with Nebraska plates. The driver is the black female and may have two small children in the back seat. Police are also working to locate Ramy’s biological mother. Family members say she was not allowed to have contact with the children.

If you see anything like this situation, police want you to call 911 or the Excelsior Springs Police Department at (816) 630-2000.

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