Maci Lilley was found alive on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana after the 4-year-old was reportedly abducted, according to Daily Mail.
Roosevelt County spokesman Lee Allmer says the girl was found Sunday and was undergoing a medical exam to make sure she was not harmed.
The girl was found by Undersheriff Corey Reum a few miles north of Wolf Point, the town where witnesses say she was taken by a young man in a park about 9:30 p.m. Friday.
The sheriff’s office says John Lieba was taken into custody and questioned in Wolf Point. Allier says no information is being released on where the girl was found or details about Lieba.
Authorities say the suspect who abducted Maci Lilley on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana.
Maci Lilley was reported missing at about 9:30 p.m. Friday in Wolf Point. The office says witnesses reported the man taking the child from a park where she had been playing.
Roosevelt County spokesman Lee Allmer says the FBI led the investigation. Early Sunday, the Amber Alert for the girl was allowed to expire, but the search for Maci continues.
Maci Lilley was described as about 3 feet tall and 60 pounds with short, dark hair. She was last seen wearing a pink coat, blue jeans, and pink and white shoes.