• The girl was found safe in Mississippi 
  • The relationship between the girl and her abductor wasn't disclosed
  • It wasn't clear if the suspect was taken into custody

A 4-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted from a Georgia hotel Sunday morning has been found safe in Mississippi, authorities said.

Police said the little girl, Raven Burton, was taken away by a man with a history of domestic violence, 4 WWL reported. The Carrolton Police department later identified her abductor as Rodricus Deonta Burton, who took the girl away from Rodeway Inn at around 5 a.m. ET, police said in a statement.

"(Rodricus Deonta) Burton has no legal rights, has a history of domestic violence, and is possibly headed back to Louisiana," the post read. It wasn't clear in the police statement whether the man was taken into custody.

The deputies also released a description of the abductor's car in the Facebook post. It said the man was driving a silver Honda Accord bearing Louisiana tag 566 FCX.

According to police, Rodricus Deonta Burton was possibly on his way to Louisiana when he was caught. Police did not disclose any details on the relationship between Rodricus Deonta Burton and Raven Burton.

"If you see this vehicle, Raven, or Burton, call 911 immediately," police had said in a now-updated post.

In January, a 3-year-old North Carolina girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert after she was feared abducted by her father was found safe. The child, Riley Harper Bockes, was taken away by her father, Brent James Bockes, after the latter murdered Riley's mother, Deanna Bockes. Riley was described as a 3-year-old toddler with blonde hair and blue eyes.

The abductor, her father, was identified as a 50-year-old male. Deputies with the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office in Tennessee, in the car they were traveling in after the car involved in a crash. Riley Harper Bockes was found unharmed and Brent James Bockes was arrested on the spot. The suspect was charged with first-degree murder, robbery, and larceny of a motor vehicle in connection with the murder of Riley Harper Bockes' mother. Police said Brent James Bockes and Deanna Bockes were married. Deanna Bockes' death is being investigated as a homicide.

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