FORT WORTH, Texas — UPDATE [May 22] — An AMBER Alert for 11-month-old Ayalah was discontinued overnight after she was located safe, according to police.

ORIGINAL [May 21] — An 11-month-old infant with a feeding tube was kidnapped during a vehicle theft southeast of Fort Worth on Thursday night, according to the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office.

At approximately 8:30 p.m., on Thursday, May 21, 2020, a vehicle was taken from the Dollar General located at 5700 Rendon Bloodworth Rd in the Rendon area of unincorporated Tarrant County, just southeast of Fort Worth.

Inside the vehicle was 11-month-old Alayah who is described as 20 inches, 18 lbs, blonde hair, blue eyes. She was wearing a pinkish purple onesie with flowers.

Alayah has an abdominal scar and an active feeding tube.

The suspect fled in the vehicle westbound on Farm-to-Market (FM) 1187.

The vehicle is a red, two-door 2008 Honda Accord with Texas license plate No. JMD7340. The vehicle has a spoiler, a white exhaust company sticker on the left front bumper and right rear bumper. The vehicle has a dent on the right rear driver side. There is no registration on the vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office at (817) 884-1213.