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Missing 12-year-old girl last seen leaving Reagan National Airport, police say

Virginia police an Amber Alert issued Thursday for a 12-year-old girl from China who she believes was kidnapped from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

(Virginia State Police)

Virginia police an Amber Alert issued Thursday for a 12-year-old girl from China who she believes was kidnapped from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

JinJing Ma came to the U.S. with a tour group and is believed to have been made by an unknown Asian woman she encountered at the airport, Virginia State Police said in a Facebook post.

She is believed to have been kidnapped around 8:15 a.m., according to the Amber Alert.

She is about five feet tall with black hair, brown eyes and weighs 90 pounds, according to the post. She had on a white T-shirt, blue jeans and black jacket before they disappeared, police said.

The girl split up from her group for check-in at the airport, police said. She was reported missing, go through the departure, a Washington Metropolitan Airport Authority Police said during a press conference.

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“They came to an unknown Asian woman, who helped the 12-year-old with the change of clothing,” the Facebook post said. “The two walked together to the ‘Arrivals’ area of the airport, and eventually disappear from the camera view.”

When leaving the airport, the girl was seen entering a white Infiniti vehicle with New York tags, the official said, adding that she is considered “extreme danger” because of her age.

The suspected abductor is believed to be a middle-aged woman with black hair and a black dress, police said. She was initially said to be in her 40s, but the authorities later described her as her in the years’ 50.

The woman was seen entering the airport with a man who was believed to be the driving of the vehicle, the police official said. The girl that allegedly do not exit the building by means of violence.

Anyone with information is advised to call 911 or the Washington Metro Airport Authority Police at (703) 417-2400.

Fox News’ Ben Florance contributed to this report.

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