• Janae Kalia-Henry was last seen at her home Tuesday night before she was reported missing
  • She was later seen walking on a Brooklyn street without shoes
  • Duane Taylor was arrested on multiple charges, including kidnapping and false imprisonment

A missing 13-year-old girl from Pennsylvania was found safe on a Brooklyn street Wednesday night after being abducted from her house.

Duane Taylor, a 47-year-old man from Brooklyn, was arrested on multiple charges, including kidnapping and false imprisonment. Taylor was the ex-boyfriend of the girl's mother, 8WGAL reported.

Investigators arrived at a home in Reading on Wednesday morning after receiving a report of the missing girl, Janae Kalia-Henry. The girl's mother said she last saw her in bed Tuesday night and could not find her daughter the next morning. The mother also noticed the back door of the home open.

In the surveillance video from the residence, a man covered with a sheet was seen entering the house at around 2 a.m. and walking out with Kalia-Henry. He then sped away in a silver Chevrolet Traverse.

Investigators soon identified the primary suspect as Taylor and issued an Amber alert for Kalia-Henry. The New York Police department officials approached Taylor outside his residence in Brooklyn and took him into custody Wednesday. However, Kalia-Henry could not be found at the residence.

A little later, cops received information that a girl had approached someone asking for help, saying she was kidnapped. The girl, later identified as Kalia-Henry, was located at Glenmore Avenue in East New York. She was walking on the street with no shoes, ABC 7 reported.

She was taken to a hospital for observation and was later reunited with her mother, police said.

In addition to abduction charges, Taylor also faces charges of concealing the whereabouts of a child, interference with custody of a child and unlawful restraint.

Last week, a 6-year-old girl in Ohio said she managed to prevent a kidnapping attempt after a 33-year-old man grabbed her while she was taking out the trash outside her home. The little girl, Ken'Adi Nash, managed to escape by screaming when the suspect, identified as Deric McPherson, tried to drag her along with him. McPherson was later arrested on charges of abduction and inappropriate grabbing.

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