Cops search for missing 5-year-old East Harlem girl
Nijaey Hilton, 5, was last seen leaving her East Harlem home with her uncle, Ramel Robinson.
Police are looking for a 5-year-old girl they say disappeared after leaving her East Harlem home with an uncle.
Nijaey Hilton was last seen stepping out of the E. 112th St. building in the Johnson Houses with her uncle, Ramel Robinson, 29, about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, cops said.
The two may have left in a car, but it was not clear where they were headed.
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The 3-foot, 32-pound Nijaey was wearing a grey school uniform with grey stockings and a peach-colored sweater.
Investigators did not immediately suspect foul play, a source said, but the uncle may have taken the child without permission.
Cops urge anyone with information to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at (800) 577-TIPS.
5-year old girl from East Harlem missing
Updated at 11:32 AM today
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NEW YORK (WABC) — Police are trying to find a 5-year old girl who is missing from her home in East Harlem.
Detectives believe Nijaey Hilton, from East 112th Street, is with her uncle, who has a history of mental health problems.
The uncle is 29-year-old Romel Robinson.
The NYPD does not believe she is in immediate danger but the girl was taken without her family’s permission and they are trying to her back.
She is three feet tall, weighs 32 pounds and is wearing a grey school uniform with grey stockings and a peach-colored sweater.
Police say they may have left in Robinson’s vehicle, with the destination unknown.
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