Two Wanted For Questioning After Abducted Girl Found In Virginia

Mariah is described as weighing 30 pounds and being 36 inches tall. She has brown hair and brown eyes and was wearing a red infant sleeper with white snowflakes.

The Richmond, Virginia Police have released pictures of two people they believe may have information about two year-old Mariah Poland's abduction early Tuesday morning from Nash County.

Police are looking for Latesha Adrian Louis, who is 26. Police do not have a name for another individual, just a composite drawing. Anyone with information as asked to call their local law enforcement.

Authorities say Poland was found safe in Virginia hours after her mother told police that the child was abducted from a car at a convenience store.

Rocky Mount police Chief John Manley says Poland was located in Richmond, Virginia. He says she was unharmed.

A statewide Amber Alert was issued about about three a-m Tuesday for Mariah, whose mother said was in the back seat of their car when it was stolen from Cousins Food Mart about one-20 this morning.

The mother told police that she left the car running, then went into the store to ask a question. She said she saw a man drive off in the car.