Police: Kidnapped girl, 4, found safe

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Authorities have confirmed Chriselle Warren, 4, who was reportedly kidnapped Friday evening, has been found safe.

The incident happened in the 3500 block of Daggett Road.

Officials said a neighbor found the girl about two hours later about one-fifth of a mile away.

Police said she was playing outside with her brother when a man in a faded red Toyota kidnapped her.

Her 5-year-old brother remembered and gave police a description that helped them spread the word.

“Some neighbors around the corner saw the child walking down the street near the driveway, noticed it looked out of place and brought her to their yard," Maj. Kathleen Lanier said.

Police said she was in good condition when they got there.

Paramedics checked her out on scene and then took her to Le Bonheur for clearance.

“Eveyrbody is extremely happy. I'm very happy. I stayed prayed up," aunt Chandra Whitelow said.

“My heart was heavy but it’s not heavy anymore. I feel a whole lot of relief because there are so many sick people in this world today. Aint no telling what he would’ve done to that baby and she’s only four,” aunt Tasha Myers said.

Police said they’re still looking for the suspect driving a rusted red 90s Toyota. It has a hatchback but they don't know the model. It does not have tags.

If you see it, call 911.

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