Amber Alert Virginia: Child Abducted From Harrisonburg Believed to be in 'Extreme Danger'

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An Amber Alert was issued in Harrisonburg, Virginia, for 12-year-old Angie Carolina Rodriguez-Rubio. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

An Amber Alert was issued on Tuesday for a child abducted from Harrisonburg, Virginia, who police believed to be in "extreme danger." Angie Carolina Rodriguez-Rubio, 12, was abducted on Sunday, according to the alert.

Angie was described as 5'1", with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen on South Main Street in Harrisonburg wearing a black shirt with flowers, black leggings and white sandals. Also listed as missing was her grandmother, 48-year-old Elizabeth Rodriguez-Rubio. Elizabeth was described as 5'4" with black hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a black skirt and burgundy shirt.

The pair was believed to have been abducted by Hareton Jamie Rodriguez-Sariol, according to the Amber Alert. Police said the man had "a history of infatuation regarding the grandmother," according to WBAL-TV.

Authorities asked people to be on the lookout for a 2000 Volvo tractor-trailer of an unspecific make with the Virginia license plate 21739PZ. The car was involved in a vehicle fire on Interstate 66 in Warren County, WCYB-TV reported.

Virginia State Police and the United States Marshal Service were assisting in the search for Elizabeth and Angie. Anyone with information was asked to contact 911 or the Harrisonburg City Police Department at (540) 564-5050.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.