Morgan Nick Alert for 2-year-old canceled

Mariyah Galaxy Fletcher
Mariyah Galaxy Fletcher

LITTLE ROCK, AR (KAIT) - On Friday morning, Jonesboro Dispatch and the Little Rock Police Department informed Region 8 News that 2-year-old Mariyah Galaxy Fletcher has been found.

Dispatch says Fletcher was found safely at 4:00 a.m. on Friday morning.

Fletcher had been missing since Tuesday, and was thought to have been abducted by a distant relative named Schamitha Drayer.

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LITTLE ROCK, AR (KAIT) – Arkansas State Police have issued a Morgan Nick Alert for Mariyah Galaxy Fletcher who went missing from north Little Rock.

According to Little Rock Police, Schamitha Drayer took 2-year-old Mariyah Galaxy Fletcher for ice cream Tuesday, but never returned Fletcher to her mother.

The mother, Amber Webster reported her daughter missing around 1am Wednesday morning.

The Little Rock Police Public Information Officer told Region 8 News that Drayer is a distant relative on Fletcher's fathers-side.

Drayer is a 31-year-old black female standing 4'11" with black hair, brown eyes, and might be traveling in a black Buick LeSabre 1990's model with paper tags. Little Rock Police say Drayer might be headed to Stuttgart, Texarkana, Memphis, Tennessee, or even Arlington Texas. Drayer's last known address is 5115 Alpha in Little Rock.

Two-year-old Fletcher is described as black female, standing 2'03", weighing 20 pounds with her hair in black curls in a "Mohawk" style. She was last seen wearing a yellow spaghetti strap shirt with multi-colored stripes, yellow leggings, and pink sandals.

If you have seen either 2-year-old Mariyah Galaxy Fletcher or Schamitha Drayer, you're asked to contact Little Rock Police Department at (501)-371-4660 or the police nearest you.

"The following information has been provided to the Arkansas State Police by local law enforcement officers with immediate jurisdiction in this case and does not rise to the reporting level for activation of the Emergency Alert System, Morgan Nick Amber Alert Level I. The information contained in this advisory and any photographs that follow may be released at the discretion of any Morgan Nick Amber Alert subscriber. Inquiries should be directed to the local law enforcement agency that has requested the (Level II) alert."

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