Alexandra Greenwall missing poster

Alexandra Greenwall Missing Following ‘Heated Argument’ With Mother [Video]

Alexandra Greenwall, missing since being involved in what has been called a “heated argument” with her mother, according to The Spreadit, has not been seen since Wednesday. The FBI, Rio Rancho police, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children have joined forces to locate the New Mexico child, Alexandra Greenwall, missing since October 29, 2014.

Katherine Allen is the missing girl’s mother. Allen and Alexandra Greenwall reportedly had a fight on Wednesday night, the last night that she was seen. After Allen punished her daughter for her actions, the family went to bed at approximately 10 p.m.

On Thursday morning, Allen realized that Alexandra Greenwall was missing. The distraught mother believes that her daughter filled two backpacks with clothing and other belongings and left the family home via a back door, reported CBS News. Her mother hopes she was not abducted.

“I have no idea what to think I just want to hope for the best and hope that she’s hiding somewhere and that she’s okay and I just hope to god that nobody has taken her.”

One of her two backpacks was found on Thursday night. It had been abandoned on the road near the family home. For some reason, police did not begin actively searching for the missing girl until Friday morning, at approximately 7 a.m.

Rio Rancho police Lt. Paul Rogers said Alexandra Greenwall could be a runaway who left home due to the argument with her mother. She may have headed for her father’s home. Arlo Harman lives in Madrid, New Mexico. It’s 60 miles away from where the missing girl lives with her mother and other family members, including a baby sister.

Alexandra Greenwall missing posters have been issued to aid in the search. The posters bear two images of the freckle-faced girl. Police have asked the public for help finding the missing child. For anyone with information about the disappearance of Alexandra Greenwall, Rio Rancho police are taking phone calls at (505)-891-7226.

A similar story had a happy ending. Ethel Crescenzo is a plucky 79-year-old woman from Arizona. When she got into her white 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo with the personalized “ETHEL” license plate and headed toward a local casino recently, she couldn’t have imagined what would happen next. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the elderly woman went missing after driving clear to California in a botched attempt to find an Arizona casino. She abandoned her car and then stumbled down an embankment. Fortunately for Crescenzo and her family, the missing woman was found alive after suffering dehydration, scrapes, and bruises during her ordeal.

Hopefully the story of the 10-year-old girl from New Mexico who is missing, Alexandra Greenwall, will also have a happy ending.

[Alexandra Greenwall missing poster image via KOB]

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