Missing, endangered girl kidnapped by non-custodial parent, police say

WHEAT RIDGE — Wheat Ridge police are looking for a missing, endangered 7-year-old girl who was last seen with her non-custodial mother.

The missing girl, Zion Dominguez, is 4 feet tall and weighs about 50 pounds, according to police. She has curly, shoulder-length brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink and purple patterned sundress and flip flops. 

Her non-custodial mother, Fanesa Maricia Dominguez, 32, is 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighs about 180 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes, police said. She was last seen wearing blue fleece pajama pants and a beige and pink silky camisole top. She has a heart tattoo on one of her fingers, a beauty mark tattoo near her mouth and light pink spots on her neck, face, arms and back, police said. She usually carries a small black backpack as a purse.

They were last seen together around 10 a.m. Monday leaving the mother's home. They were traveling in a silver or light gray 1988 Mercury Cougar with Colorado license plate 402-SRW. The car has black wall tires, no rims and damage to the right side from a sideswipe accident, police said.

The car that the mother was reportedly driving was located Wednesday around 10:30 a.m., but there was no sign of either child or mother at the scene, police said.

Police encourage anybody who sees them or the car to call 911 or the Wheat Ridge police Department at 303-237-2220. 

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