Marana Police search for missing 10-month-old girl - Tucson News Now

Marana Police search for missing 10-month-old girl

(Source: Marana Police) (Source: Marana Police)
MARANA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Police were searching Sunday night for a missing 10-month-old girl. 

The toddler, Estella Lovemore, was taken by her mother, Danielle Lovemore, from a gymnastics academy around 2:20 p.m. Sunday, Marana Police Sgt. Tim Brunenkant told Tucson News Now.

Danielle was at Gymnastics World, 6890 N. Camino Martin, for a supervised visit when she left unauthorized with her daughter.

Danielle was not seen getting into a vehicle or walking away, Marana police said, but might have left the area with her boyfriend.

The toddler has red hair and blue eyes and was last wearing a pink jacket, Brunenkant said.

Danielle is 21, with green eyes and reddish-brown hair. She is 5-foot-4 and weighs 145, police said.

Anyone with information should call the Marana Police Department or 88-Crime.

Brunenkant said an Amber Alert has not been issued.

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