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Police aren't saying whether a four-year-old girl abducted from her home last night escaped or was let go, but officials do say the child is safe.
Authorities confirm Diana Gabriella Sanchez walked into a convenience store early today, but investigators are still looking for a man in an older, red Ford Ranger or Bronco who pulled up, grabbed her, and sped away.
Police say Diana Gabriella Sanchez was playing with other children about 6-30 p-m when a man in an older, red Ford Ranger or Bronco drove up, grabbed her, put her in the vehicle and drove off.
Police spokesman Sonny Jackson says the other children weren't harmed. Diana's mother was home at the time of the abduction.
The suspect is a white man with blue eyes, shoulder-length brown hair and a mustache. He was wearing a gray long-sleeved T-shirt, blue jeans with knees ripped out and brown shoes.