INDIANAPOLIS - Police said a missing 4-year-old girl was found safe late Friday night.
Authorities said Victory Qualls was found unharmed just before midnight and she would be reunited with her family.
Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department had asked for assistance to find Qualls after she was last seen in the 2000 block of Manchester Lane about 1 p.m. Friday.
Police said they believed the child’s mother’s boyfriend, Dewayne Sims, picked the child up. Sims did not have permission from the mother to take the child.
"Victory was brought to the house of a mutual friend, and that friend called police," said IMPD Sgt. Kendale Adams.
No arrests were made, but police said they are continuing to investigate the involvement of Sims.
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