Update: missing child from Amber Alert found safe
UPDATE (3:55 p.m.)
Alissa and her mother Brooke Helmandollar have been located in Cheney, Washington, according to Sergeant Tim Riha with the City of Nampa.
A tip called into the Cheney Police Department led to police locating them. The child was found to be safe.
This is still an ongoing investigation and no further details will be released at this time.
An Amber Alert went out to Oregon residents at 2:40 p.m. Wednesday for a child abduction emergency.
The exact description is as follows: "LIC/1A909DF, Idaho, 2018 Silver Nissan Sentra, possible in Hermiston, OR."
The Oregon State Police has requested activation of the Emergency Alert System for 10-year-old Alissa Helmandollar. She was taken from Nampa, Idaho.
The child was "last possibly located in Hermiston, Oregon at 11:15 a.m. today," according to the Oregon State Police. The suspect has been identified as Brooke Helmandollar, 41. She is described to be 5'4" and approximately 118 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. She was driving a Silver 2018 Nissan Sentra with the Idaho license plate "1A909DF."
Authorities do not know their direction of travel or the intended destination.
If you have any information about this incident, please contact the Oregon AMBER Alert Tip Line at 1-866-5AM-BER5 or call 911.