Was the disappearance of Charlotte Sena monitored? Nine-year-old Amber Alert girl was kidnapped from campsite within 15 minutes of leaving family and friends to go on a solo bike ride
- Charlotte went cycling Saturday at 6:15 p.m. at Moreau State Park, New York
- Around 6:30 p.m., her mother and father knew she was missing and called the police.
- Her bike was found but since then, there has been no trace of the young girl.
Missing nine-year-old Charlotte Sena was snatched from her family during a camping trip in a narrow 15-minute window after venturing out alone for a bike ride.
At 6:15 p.m., Charlotte hiked alone on Loop A to the upstate New York campground where she was staying with family and friends.
She and her friends had just gone biking together, but she wanted to go alone one last time.
Around 6:30 p.m., her family realized she was missing. At 6:37 p.m., the police were alerted and his bike was found at 6:45 p.m.
Charlotte Sena was last seen riding the A Loop at Moreau Lake State Park in upstate New York near Saratoga Springs. She left for a bike ride alone at 6:15 p.m. and was never seen again. The police couldn’t find her anywhere in the park, so I think she was kidnapped.
Nine-year-old Charlotte Sena has been missing since Saturday evening, when police said she was snatched from the campsite where she was staying with her family.
An Amber Alert was not issued until the next morning, after rangers and police searched the park and found no trace of her.
It’s been a busy and warm evening at the campsite, but no one has yet reported seeing her taken away.
Now New York State Police are frantically searching for the “confident” child and her family is pleading for witnesses.
“Just in the park, someone must have seen something. It was busy, dinner time, busy campsite, 75 degree weekend day.
“I find it very hard to believe that someone didn’t notice something,” Charlotte’s aunt, Jené Sena, said in an interview on YouTube’s True Crime podcast. DutyRon.
New York State Police are convinced that Charlotte was kidnapped, but it is unclear if there is surveillance footage from the campsite showing how she was abducted.
Charlotte with her mother, father and sisters. The devastated family desperately wants her to come home.
Charlotte is shown in a more recent video uploaded to social media by her aunt
Charlotte is 90 pounds and 5 feet 1 inches tall. Her family says she is “confident” and a “good kid.”
No description of a suspect or vehicle has yet been given.
In a TikTok video last night, Jene said: “In a TikTok she said, ‘There’s no information we can say right now, but if you can continue to share her photo and really pray, it’s the best our family can offer. I can ask anyone this time. The police are doing their job.
“If you know anything, contact the New York State Police. Any information would be helpful.
Charlotte’s mother, Trish, said The Albany Times Union that she is a “confident” child.
“I just want my daughter back,” she said.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul was at the state park yesterday to help with the search.
Park rangers were joined by New York State Troopers in the search for missing Charlotte.
Volunteers searched the park yesterday after the Amber Alert was issued. Police say she is not there and must have been kidnapped by a kidnapper.