Amber Alert issued for missing girl - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Amber Alert issued for missing girl

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Zina Linnik Zina Linnik

TACOMA, Wash. - An Amber Alert has been issued for 12-year-old Zina Linnik. She was last seen in an alley west of the 2500 block of S. J St. in Tacoma, WA. A witness heard a girl scream, looked in the alley and saw an Asian male get into an older gray van in the alley and drive away.

Linnik is described as a white, Ukranian female, 12-years-old, 4'10" tall, 80lbs with blond hair. She was last seen wearing her hair in a pony tail, wearing a pink t-shirt, pink/orange/yellow capri pants, and red flip-flop sandals.

The suspect vehicle's license plate contains the number "1677," but this is only a portion of the plate number.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 immediately. You can visit http://www.washingtonamberalert.com/

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