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Sheriff Asks Public’s Help Locating Missing North Fork Girl

NORTH FORK – The Madera County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing girl.

On the afternoon of June 1, sheriff’s deputies responded to a call for service at a residence in North Fork for a possible parental abduction of a ten-year-old girl.

Isla June Duncan was taken by her mother, Viviana Andrea Duncan, from a residence in North Fork last night, May 31, at around 8:30 p.m, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Viviana stated she was taking Isla to dinner, but she has not returned.

Isla is a ten-year-old white female with brown hair and blue eyes, 5’0” tall, and 100 pounds. She was last seen wearing a t-shirt, shorts, and pink flip flop sandals.

Viviana is a 43-year-old white female adult with brown hair and brown eyes, 5’4” tall and 180 pounds.

Viviana was last seen driving a 2008 Ford Edge, pearl white in color, with a CA license plate 7TNH812.

If anyone has information relating to this case, please contact the Madera County Sheriff’s Office at (559) 675-7770.

If you see Isla, Viviana, or the Ford SUV, please call 911.

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