Authorities in Colorado called off an endangered missing child alert Friday after a toddler was found safe.

Leo Liscum, who is 2 years old, was reported missing by his father on March 8. The boy was found at a Quality Inn in Longmont, roughly 17 miles south of the boy's hometown of Loveland, after police received a tip.

Liscum was allegedly abducted from his babysitter by his mother, Alexandra Gralewski, who is now in police custody.

Gralewski, 33, allegedly took her son on Sunday night, at approximately 9 p.m. An alert was issued by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for Liscum the following Wednesday.

Gralewski is now being without bond at Larimer County Jail in Fort Collins under suspicion of violating a child custody order and for a misdemeanor drug warrant.

Liscum’s father, Jacob Liscum, has sole custody of his son. Gralewski does not have legal parental standing, due to a history of homelessness and drug abuse.

Police said in the initial alert that Gralewski was known to stay at hotels in the area. Prior to their recovery, the mother and son were last seen at a 7-11 and a Subway restaurant at around 1:30 p.m. on Monday. Gralewski had no vehicles associated with her.

In this photo a teenager volunteers and hands out flyers for a missing boy. Getty Images