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2-year-old girl found alive, injured after going missing from Boston suburb home

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Credit: Massachusetts State Police

Credit: Mass. State Police

HAMILTON, Mass.–A 2-year-old girl who went missing from her Hamilton, Massachusetts home on Friday morning was found alive several hours later.

Lyndon Albers was reported missing by her parents, and police launched a massive search to find the little girl. She was found several miles away in Rowley, Massachusetts.

Police didn’t say who located her, but said she was in a place that was easy to spot. NewsCenter5 in Boston reported that an Ipswich couple saw her on their drive to work and called police.

The station also reports that the girl had cigarette burns on her body and that she was naked when she was found. Her head had also been shaved.

She was taken to a hospital and reunited with her parents.

Police executed a search warrant on the girl’s home later in the evening, according to MyFoxBoston.

Massachusetts State Police, Hamilton Police and the Essex County District Attorney’s Office are all working on the investigation.

Police were working on sending out an Amber Alert when the girl was found.

With additional reporting from CNN.

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