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CONTINUING COVERAGE: Police Still Searching for Girl Possibly Kidnapped

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Missing for 3 days now.

Police continue their search for a 15-year-old who deputies believe was kidnapped by her biological mother.

Police say Jennifer Spicer picked up her daughter, Abigail Alexander, on Friday from her foster home in Otsego County.

Abigail is the dark haired girl on the left.

She was supposed to be back at the home in Elmira by 9:00 that night, but both she and her mother haven't been seen since.

The other picture to the left is of her mother, Jennifer Spicer.

Abigail is 5 foot 4 inches tall, about 120 pounds with hazel eyes, her hair is dyed black with blonde roots.

Jennifer is believed to be driving a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado pickup with a license plate number of CFP9254.

Jennifer Spicer has some family in the Port Huron area, but it's still unknown which direction they went.

She may also have a younger daughter, Tabitha Alexander, with them.

Anyone with information should contact the Antrim County Sheriff's Office at 231-533-8627.

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