FDLE issues Amber Alert for Cape Coral girl

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Cape Coral police confirm Juliet Odierna has been found.

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An Amber Alert was issued for an 8-year-old girl Thursday afternoon, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Juliet Odierna was last seen in the 3000th block of Oasis Boulevard, the FDLE said. She was last seen wearing a blue Oasis collared polo shirt, khaki skort, and black shoes.

The girl could be in the company of Jennifer R. Moschovas , 34, and Theodore Moschovas, 37, the FDLE said. They could be traveling in a 2016 black Hyudai Accent or a white pick up truck.

The girl’s father, Robert Odierna, has full custody of the girl while her mother, Jennifer R. Moschovas, has court-ordered supervised visitation only, according to the Cape Coral Police Department.

“I don’t know what she’s going through right now,” Robert said. “I don’t know if she’s her happy bubbly self or if she’s complete miserable.”

Jennifer’s new husband, Theodore, showed up at Oasis Elementary to bring lunch and falsely identified himself as the girl’s father, police said.

Theodore is accused of taking the girl out of school, police said. When Robert showed up to pick up his daughter, he learned she had already been picked up.

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“The school called me and said someone signed in under my name at the computer kiosk to have lunch with your kid, and he put my name down on it and was able to get to the cafeteria and took her,” Robert said. “No one is supposed to take her from school but me.”

Theodore has previously taken the girl and fled to Massachusetts, police said. Theodore is the only person seen to have taken the girl, but may be with Jennifer.

“I’m devastated, this is the third time they’ve done this,” Robert said. “It’s their third kidnapping.”

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