Amber Alert issued for Wilkes-Barre girl

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WILKES BARRE, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania State Police has issued an Amber Alert for 16 year-old Jena Patterson. Patterson was abducted by Walter Lewis from her residence on East View Drive in Wilkes Barre at 11pm on Thursday, July 30th. Police say Lewis has a black 9mm handgun and is considered armed and dangerous. Lewis and Patterson left the scene on foot but may be driving in a red car.

Patterson is described as a black female, with black hair and brown eyes. She is 5'4" and 120lbs. She is wearing gray yoga pants and a multi-colored t-shirt. Lewis, 21, is described as a black male, 5'5", 130 lbs, black hair, and wearing a gray and black hoodie.

Anyone with information on the subjects should call 911.

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