Missing Indiana girl found safe in Arkansas, FBI says

CROWN POINT, Ind. — Officials canceled an Amber Alert issued for a 16-year-old Indiana girl believed to be in extreme danger Sunday after she was found safe in Arkansas, according to the FBI.

The Amber Alert was issued after a car belonging to Madison Elizabeth Eddlemon was found abandoned in Crown Point, IN, with some of her belongings inside and the windows cracked. Family members said they had last seen in the car around 9 p.m. Friday.

Officials said they believed Eddlemon was with 22-year-old Alexander Martin Curry-Fishtorn, who her family has a protective order against for stalking.

FBI officials said  Eddlemon was found safe in Little Rock, Arkansas Sunday, after the Lake County Sheriff’s Office coordinated with the FBI in Little Rock to safely recover her.

Curry-Fishtorn is currently in custody.

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