Over 100 people are currently searching for a 9-year-old girl named Charlotte Sena who went missing while camping in Moreau Lake State Park in upstate New York. Charlotte was on a bike ride with friends when she decided to go around one more time by herself. When she didn't return after 15 minutes, her parents became concerned and began calling her name. Other campers joined the search, but Charlotte was not found. Her bike was discovered in one of the park's loops, prompting her mother to report her missing. An AMBER alert was issued, indicating the possibility of an abduction. State authorities have been searching for Charlotte for over 18 hours, utilizing aviation and underwater rescue teams, bloodhounds, drones, and technology experts. The Schenectady Fire Department, where Charlotte's uncle is a member, is also assisting in the search. The governor urged anyone with information to contact 911. Charlotte is a fourth-grade student who was recently elected as a class officer for the student council. The hope is for a reunion and the safe return of Charlotte. Moreau Lake State Park is located in Saratoga County, approximately 45 miles north of Albany, and covers over 4,600 acres of land.