Amber Alert Issued for 4-Year-Old who Disappeared From Her Bed, Later Spotted at Gas Station

A 4-year-old girl was reportedly abducted from her home and then captured on camera in another state.

Police have issued an Amber Alert for a 4-year-old girl who was reportedly taken from her home in Florida on Saturday.

The young girl, Rebecca Lewis, was reportedly last seen sleeping in her bed around 9 a.m. in Lazy Dazy Mobile Home Park on Saturday morning. Her 16-year-old sister fell asleep and when she woke back up 45 minutes later, Rebecca was gone, police said.

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Rebecca’s parents reportedly searched for her for more than an hour before they called police. The Polk County Sheriff's Office joined in on the search immediately but hadn’t been able to locate the girl until she was spotted on camera with a man at a gas station in Forsythe, Georgia,  later on Saturday night.

Police believe Rebecca was taken by 31-year-old “West Hogs,” his legally changed name, who they said was on the video with her. Police said Rebecca was in good health in the video.

“We just want our baby back home," said Oma Mae Lewis, Rebecca's grandmother. “So if there’s anyone out there, anywhere that can help us bring Becky home, please bring her home to us."

Rebecca was wearing and light colored t-shirt and blue jeans. She is described as white, with blue eyes, long blond hair and 30 pounds. Hogs is described as white, 220 pounds with green eyes and short red hair.

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Hogs is reported to be driving a 2012 Grey Nissan Versa 4-door with Alabama Handicapped plate: 4JL26

Anyone with any tips can call 1-877-419-0934.

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