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PHOTOS: Kid Hijacked by Pen Hills, Suspect Arrested
Police say Nalani Johnson is a black woman with a light complexion and will be 2 years old in September. She has short, curly, black hair and brown eyes and was dressed in a black shirt and skirt with a floral design and black sandals.
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Nalan was last seen at the intersection of Bryant and Clay Drive in Penn Hills around 5:00 pm Saturday, according to police. A search is underway in Westmoreland Co. for a kidnapped young child
Police say the girl was abducted by 25-year-old Sharena Islam Nancy.
Police say Nancy was captured on camera in Sheetz in Murrysville around 5:30 pm on August 31, just 30 minutes after the alleged abduction.
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Investigators say it was a video from a Sheetz video in Murrysville of suspect Sharen Nancy. The video was made at 5:25 pm on Saturday, about 30 minutes after investigators believe Nancy took off at the age of 2 #NalaniJohnson in her car pic.twitter.com/OZOSmxFB89  – Aaron Martin (@WPXIAaronMartin) September 3, 2019
Police say Nancy is driving a 2017 black Toyota Yaris with Pennsylvania license plate KLW-3926 and Lyft and Uber stickers on the passenger's front window. Police said they found Nancy and her car and said she had been questioned at the police station.
This is a photo of Sharen Nancy's vehicle, also taken at Sheetz in Murrisville around the same time pic.twitter.com / KFyMWVTDrW
– Aaron Martin (@WPXIAaronMartin) September 3, 2019  ] On Tuesday, Lyft issued the following statement:
"Until this incident occurred on the Lyft platform, these allegations are profound. The safety of our community is fundamental to Lyft, and we have permanently banned that person from driving with Lyft."  – Lyft spokesman Dana Davis
An Uber official told Channel 11 that no one was using the name Natching Nancy used in your layover over the weekend.
The county police, the lead agency in the investigation, said they were being assisted by the FBI. The agency said that shortly after the alleged abduction, Nancy drove to Monroeville, where the car was spotted near the intersection of Route 48 and Route 22 shortly after 5pm.
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During their investigation, police said the black Toyota Yaris was traveling to the Blairsville, New Alexandria and Delmont areas of Westmorland County at 5:30 pm. to 7:30 pm time range. Anyone who has seen anything is asked to call police in Allegheny County.
– FBI Pittsburgh (@FBIPittsburgh) September 1, 2019
Family members told Channel 11 that Nancy was riding on Nalani, her father and her friend . When Nalani's father got out of the car and went to pick up the girl, Nancy apparently got away with the baby.
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"She was on a car seat in the back and he was going around to get the car seat with his daughter. And at that time he kept his hand on the door and she started off," said Nalani.
At a news conference Tuesday afternoon, authorities said that Nalani's father, also named Paul Johnson, and Nancy were at the beginning of a romantic relationship after social media communications. They got into an argument on Saturday afternoon.
Police in Allegheny County are asking people to be on the lookout for a car seat that Nalani may have been driving. Police said that when they stopped the vehicle driven by Nancy, the car seat was not inside. The seat was described as a buffer seat, Evenflo Maestro Sport, in predominantly black color, with a gray seat area
Police said Nancy was not cooperating with their investigation. Authorities said Tuesday that she had told two stories about the incident and investigators sorted out the details.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or the Allegini County Police immediately at 1-833-ALL TIPS.  MORE: @AlleghenyCoPD They say that Sharena Nancy gave two versions of the event about what happened to #NalaniJohnson . Investigators try to delve into the details of stories
– Aaron Martin (@WPXIAaronMartin) September 3, 2019
Police in Allegheny County arrest Sharela Islam Nancy, Toyota Yaris driver, in connection with the abduction of Nalani Johnson.
Nancy is facing several charges, including abduction of a minor and hiding the whereabouts of a child.
According to a criminal complaint, Nancy told the investigators that the father had told the father that the father had sold someone's girlfriend for $ 10,000.
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Nancy claims Johnson asked her to drive the girl 20 minutes from a gas station in Monroeville at 22.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or the Allegheny police immediately at 1-833-ALL TIPS.
Nancy claims that Johnson showed her a picture of a woman and told her that this woman would put her under the sign and she would turn the baby over. She claims to have done exactly what the child's father wanted.
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Nancy Says The Woman's Car Had Nonstandard Signs , which is part of the case, and Nalani is still missing.
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Mike Holden of Channel 11 spoke with Nalani's father and grandmother Monday morning in front of the Allegheny police headquarters, where they asked for the public's help in locating the little girl.
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– Mike Holden (@WPXIMikeHolden) September 2, 2019
The family told Channel 11 that it offered a $ 3,500 reward for any information leading to safety the return of Nalani.
A search is planned for Monday morning in Westmorland County, with people gathering at Walmart in Delmont.
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] Crews searched nearby Loyalhana Creek on Monday night in several boats looking for clues. However, rescue workers said they were unable to find any clues.
The FBI and Pennsylvania State Police searched Tuesday in the Blairsville area of Indiana using ATV and other resources.
Sources said that Channel 11 of Nalani was found during a search in Blairsville.
#BREAKING -> The FBI and PSP are searching the Blairsville area as part of the ongoing effort to find the missing toddler Nalani Johnson … they have ATVs and other resources here to help #WPXI pic.twitter.com/JJrSB9stJO
– Melania Marsalko (@WPXIMelanie) September 3, 2019
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