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UPDATE: AMBER Alert Cancelled For 2-Year-Old Fort Wayne Girl Abducted By Father

CHICAGO (CBS) -- Indiana State Police has cancelled a previously issued AMBER alert for a 2-year-old girl who was likely abducted by her father early Thursday.

Adayah Renee Bratton was found at 4:20pm Eastern (3:20pm Central) Thursday afternoon. The girl was dropped off by an unknown adult male at a local Wendys located in the 7600 block of North Southtown Crossing in Fort Wayne, according to police.

She was reunited with her mother and is in good health, said Michael Joyner, PIO Fort Wayne Police Department.

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

The girl was originally last seen at 2:10 a.m. Thursday in Fort Wayne and is believed to be in "extreme danger," according to the alert.

Fort Wayne police believe she was abducted by her father, 46-year-old Channing Scott, according to the alert.

Police said they are in the process of trying to get information on who dropped the girl off at the local Wendys. Police were told the vehicle was a gold Buick with heavily tinted windows and a college frat-type license in the front of the vehicle that was blue.

Fort Wayne Police are still looking for Channing Scoot.

Scott is described as a 5-foot-10 black man with black dreadlocks and brown eyes, police said. He was last seen wearing a dark red shirt, gray sweatpants and black-and-white gym shoes.

He drives a red 2011 Hyundai Accent with Indiana license plate VKZ918.

This story is developing. Check back for more updates.

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