Charged hijacker cases missing young lady's dad sold her for $10K

The suspect

A missing youngster case out of Pennsylvania throughout the end of the week has taken an odd turn. Pennsylvania State Police are as yet searching for 2-year-old Nalani Johnson out of Penn Hills after an underlying Amber Alert on Saturday. 

As indicated by Allegheny County Police Department, the driver of the vehicle engaged with the episode, Sharena Nancy, has been found and charged. WTAE says Nancy told police that the young lady's dad "offered" her to "an anonymous individual" for $10,000. 

The baby girl
Nancy proceeded to tell police that she gave the young lady to an individual with a silver SUV and out-of-state-plates, WTAE reports. 

Be that as it may, police have not discovered any proof that focuses to the inclusion of a SUV. 

As indicated by the criminal protest, Nalani's dad is recounting to an alternate story from Nancy. He told police that Nancy took off with the 2-year-old in the vehicle when he got out at a crossing point. 

Allegheny County Police discharged data Sunday that said the 2017 dark Toyota Yaris, bearing PA tag KLW3926, made a trip to the Blairsville, New Alexandria and Delmont territories of Westmoreland County during the 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. time span. 

Allegheny County Police and the FBI are as yet scanning for Nalani. Authorities are asking that any individual who may have seen anything of enthusiasm for those territories to contact the Allegheny County Police Tipline at 1-833-ALL-TIPS (1-833-255-8477); guests can stay unknown.

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