SOUTH FULTON, Ga. – A 4-year-old girl who had been missing since Tuesday has been found, officials confirm.
According to City of South Fulton Police, 4-year-old Obrielle Curry was found safe in Clayton County. Police would not confirm any other information.
Police said Moses Allen, who is a long-time friend of the girl's mother, Shalonda, was supposed to be babysitting Curry at the Walmart in the 6100 block of Old National Highway while she ran errands.
Police said when the mother returned, the child and Allen where nowhere to be found.
City of South Fulton Police had called it an active investigation, and searched around the clock for the two. They checked security cameras at the Walmart, tying to figure out where Moses Allen might be with Obrielle.
Police said Obrielle is 3-feet-tall and weighs 70 pounds. She has dark skin and was last seen wearing a black shirt with bold letters, black shorts, and black shoes.
Allen is described as a 6-foot-tall man with a light complexion. He was last seen wearing khaki pants, a white shirt, and black shoes. Police have not confirmed whether they have found Allen.
Police confirmed Moses Allen and Obrielle’s mother have known each other since before Obrielle was born, possibly even living at the same address for some time.