Obrielle Curry was found safe on Wednesday night in Clayton County, police confirmed, according to FOX 5.
“The child was located in Clayton County at a school there. She is safe. And she is doing fine. Protective services are actually involved at this time to make sure this child is safe and everything is checked out with her. The gentleman, the suspect he’s currently in custody in Clayton County where he is actually awaiting charges,” Lt. Marcus Dennard of the South Fulton Police Department.
Georgia police are searching for a little girl who disappeared with a man inside a Fulton County Walmart when her mother left her to run errands.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the mother of 4-year-old Obrielle Curry left her daughter with a man named Moses Allen on Tuesday, at the Walmart off of Old National Highway in Hapeville. The woman told authorities she left her child in Allen’s care, a friend, while she ran errands. When she returned, they were gone.
4 y/o Obrielle Curry is MISSING!
Police say her mom left Curry w/Moses Allen at Walmart on Old National Hwy while she went to run errands. The mom says when she returned, both Curry & Allen, were gone. Please call @COSFGA police, if you have info: 470-809-7300.@wsbtv pic.twitter.com/gDRhqoEsIi
— Audrey Washington (@AudreyWSBTV) September 26, 2018
Obrielle is described as a black female who stands 3-feet tall and weighs around 70 pounds. She was last seen wearing black shorts, black shoes, and a black shirt with bold lettering on the front. Allen is described as a black male who stands 6-feet tall and weighs around 205 pounds pounds.
South Fulton police Detective Partrena Smith said officers were out all night looking for the pair and the search will continue throughout the day.
Anyone with any information on the whereabouts the pair should contact the South Fulton police at 470-809-7311. Those wishing to remain anonymous should call Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477 or send a text message to 274637. Tips can also be made by visiting the Crime Stoppers website.
A reward of up to $2,000 is being offered for information that leads to the child’s return.
The story continues to develop. Check back with CrimeOnline as additional details become available.
[Feature Photo: Obrielle Curry & Moses Allen/Police Handout]