11-month-old girl found safe after car stolen near Fort Worth

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Bratcher Ayalah (Missing

UPDATE from the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office. "BABY FOUND SAFE!!! BABY FOUND SAFE!!!"


FORT WORTH, Texas (KTXS) - The Tarrant County Sheriff's Office issued an AMBER Alert after they say a car was stolen near Fort Worth with an 11-month-old girl inside.

"HELP US FIND THIS BABY," the sheriff's office said in a Facebook post.

According to the sheriff's office, a woman's car was stolen from a Dollar General around 8:30 p.m. Thursday with her baby -- Ayalah Bratcher -- inside.

Bratcher is an 11-month-old girl with blue eyes and blonde hair. She is 1' 6" and weighs 18 lbs. She was last seen wearing a pinkish purple onesie.

She has pierced ears, an abdominal scar and a feeding tube.

The sheriff's office is looking for a 2-door, red, 2008 Honda Accord with Texas license plate JMD7340.

The car has a spoiler, a white exhaust company sticker on both sides of the rear bumper and a dent on the right rear driver side.

If you see Bratcher or the car, call 911 or the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office at 817-884-1213.

On Sunday, an AMBER Alert came to an end in Abilene when police arrested the suspects near Kirby Lake.