GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro police have released the name of the woman wanted in connection with the kidnapping of a three-year-old girl.  

WFMY News 2 is working to get more information about N'denezsia Lancaster, a suspect in the kidnapping of Ahlora Lindiment. 

ABDUCTOR DESCRIPTION 

Lancaster is a 22-year-old woman from Greensboro. She has a medium complexion and is 5'6" tall and weighs approximately 135 lbs. 

She was last seen wearing a short sleeve black crop top with black pants. The pants have tiger print faces on them. One pant leg has a yellow stripe and the other a white stripe. She was also wearing dark flip flops and a gold chain around her neck.

Abduction Suspect photo
Greensboro Police want to question a woman captured in a surveillance photo who could have information about the abduction of Ahlora Lindiment.
Greensboro Police

BACKGROUND RECORD

After some research by our team, we found Lancaster has a history of traffic infractions. The most serious being a charge of Driving with a Revoked License. Those infractions were found in Alamance, Orange, and Wake counties.

MORE ABOUT THE SUSPECT

NEW PHOTOS 

Greensboro police recently released new surveillance photos of Lancaster seen in the area. 

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Police are looking for N'denezsia Monique Lancaster.
Greensboro Police
Amber Alert Suspect Photos
Greensboro police release new amber alert suspect photos
WFMY News 2

POSSIBLE LOCATIONS 

Lancaster recently reported a Raleigh address but was last seen in the Greensboro area.

PENDING CHARGES

Lancaster is wanted by police and pending charges are against her for First Degree Kidnapping. Police do not know her motive in connection with the kidnapping.

CRIME STOPPERS 

Greensboro police are currently looking for her and anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000 or 911. 

BREAKING - Greensboro Police have released new photos of the suspect who is wanted in connection with the abduction of 3-year-old, Ahlora Lindiment. If you have any information call 911 or Greensboro...

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