Photos of Shylin Olanda Neal (Source: NC Dept. of Public Safety)
HIGH POINT, NC (Fox Carolina) -
Authorities in High Point, NC, have canceled an Amber Alert for an abducted girl.
The alert was issued for 17-month-old Shylin Olanda Neal around 1 a.m. Friday.
High Point police said she was last seen outside a Food Lion on Brian James Place in a white 2003 Chevrolet Suburban with North Carolina License plate BJX1565 with an "I love wake boarding" sticker on the back.
They said that car was stolen by an unknown abductor.
The alert was canceled later Friday morning after High Point police said she was found safe along with the SUV.
According to WGHP-TV, she was found safe about 8:30 a.m. when a citizen spotted the SUV along Englewood Street in Greensboro.
WGHP reported that the child was left inside the vehicle for about three to five minutes while her godfather ran inside the store.
No other details have been released about if any arrests have been made in the case.
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