PARRISH, Ala. (WIAT) — Parrish Police confirm a 9-month-old girl, who was the subject of an Amber Alert, was found safe Tuesday morning.

Parish Police originally said Harlow Freeman was kidnapped around 6:50 p.m. from a residence on Crest Avenue. An Amber Alert was issued for Harlow several hours later.

Freeman’s aunt, Melinda Hutchison, said the child was asleep in a car her father was driving when he stopped at a friend’s house and went inside. When he returned the car and baby were gone.

On Tuesday morning, Parish Police Chief Danny Woodard said the father’s vehicle was found in a ravine surrounded by thick kudzu roughly a hundred yards from the area it was reportedly stolen. Harlow Freeman was found in the vehicle strapped into a car seat.

Harlow was in the vehicle for 10-12 hours and was dehydrated upon being found. Chief Woodard said there was some ventilation in the car as the windows on one side were busted out from a previous incident. Harlow was taken to Children’s Hospital for treatment as a precaution and is expected to be OK.

When asked if the vehicle was stolen or if it rolled down into the ravine Chief Woodard said “This is still an active investigation and I think anything is possible at this time.”