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Georgia issues AMBER Alert for 6-year-old Florida girl

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Onnika Fisher (Source: Levi's Call) Onnika Fisher (Source: Levi's Call)
Charity Chatman (Source: Levi's Call) Charity Chatman (Source: Levi's Call)
JACKSONVILLE, FLA (WTOC) -

Georgia has issued an Abduction Alert for a child who went missing in Jacksonville, Fla. on Friday afternoon.

A Levi's Call, Georgia's Amber Alert System, has be activated for 6-year-old Onnika Fisher. Police believe she may be in company of 39-year-old Charity Chatman. They believe Fisher may be in danger.

Onnkia is described as being 3 foot 8 inches tall and weighing 53 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. She may be wearing a pink jacket with a white polka dot lining and blue jeans.

Charity Chatman is described as being 5 foot 8 inches tall and weighing 200 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

Police say Chatman was last seen driving a dark green 2000 Buick Century with an Ohio license plate: FPA4958.

Anyone who believes they have spotted Fisher, Chatman or the car in question, should contact 911 immediately.

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