Rebecca Lewis, found in Memphis, reunited with family in Florida

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LAKELAND, FL. -- There were plenty of balloons, hugs and kisses as 4-year-old Rebecca Lewis was finally reunited with her family on Tuesday.

It's a welcome relief for this family who has been without their loved one since Saturday.

"I want to say thank you to you (the nurse who called police). Because without you, I don't know what this would have been," Oma Mae Lewis, Rebecca's grandmother told reporters.

Rebecca went missing along with West Wild Hogs over the weekend.

Sunday, a park ranger reported seeing the two near Cove Lake State Park off I-75 in Tennessee, but the pair were not spotted again until convenience store cameras caught them in a gas station in Nashville.

Hours later, Hogs was taken into custody in Memphis and booked in the Shelby County Jail.

Rebecca's grandmother also told reporters she does not want people to bash 31-year-old Hogs.

She went on to say that despite the kidnapping, he took good care of Rebecca.