A missing 16-year-old Indiana girl was found safe Sunday in Little Rock, Arkansas, and a suspect in her abduction has been brought into custody, according to reports.

Madison Elizabeth Eddlemon was reported missing with an Amber Alert at 6 a.m. Sunday after last being seen in Crown Point, Indiana. Her car was later found abandoned at an intersection near her home after her family had not heard from her since Friday night.

Details about how and where Eddlemon was found have not yet been released. During the search, authorities had considered her to be in extreme danger.

Police took into custody suspect 22-year-old Alexander Martin Curry-Fishtorn.

According to Chicago local news station WGN, Eddlemon's family filed a protective order against Curry-Fishtorn in March after he reportedly began stalking her.

It is also unclear at this time if Eddlemon was taken by force or if she joined him of her own volition.

Curry-Fishtorn faces charges of stalking and violating a protection order in Lake County, Indiana.

Eddlemon’s mother, Nichole Cain, said Curry-Fishtorn had a history of abusive and controlling behavior towards Madison Eddlemon, who had ended the relationship at the urging of her family.

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