AMBER alert canceled for girl abducted in Indiana

SHARE AMBER alert canceled for girl abducted in Indiana

Channing Scott (left) and Adayah Renee Bratton | Indiana State Police

Indiana State Police have canceled an AMBER alert for a 2-year-old girl who was likely abducted by her father early Thursday.

Adayah Renee Bratton was last seen at 2:10 a.m. Thursday in Fort Wayne and was believed to be in “extreme danger,” according to the alert.

She was described as a 2-foot-6, 40-pound black girl with brown hair and brown eyes, police said.

Police believed she was abducted by her father, according to the alert.

At the request of Fort Wayne police, the alert was canceled late Thursday afternoon.

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