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AMBER ALERT: CANCELLED Spokane County Sheriff's Office finds 16-month-old girl safely in Spokane

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UPDATE: A 16-month-old girl abducted by her father on Monday has been found and is safe following an AMBER Alert Tuesday evening. Spokane County Sheriff says the girl is safe and okay.

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The Spokane County Sheriff's Office is looking for a child who was last seen in Mead Washington and is believed to be in danger.

Summer C Fechner is 16 months old with brown hair and brown eyes. She is believed to be 3 feet tall and 24 lbs. She was last seen wearing a white brown and pink sundress.

Authorities say the child may be in the company of David W. Reed. He is a 37 year old white man with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 6 feet 2 inches tall and about 200 lbs. They may be traveling in a 1993 green Ford Explorer with Washington license plate BFW5796.

If you know the child's whereabouts call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.

Fechner was taken by her biological father on Monday. Reed recently got a new job but quit Tuesday morning at about 10 a.m. He apparently tried to sell the child's stroller yesterday for money to go to a garage sale. He has a history of drug use and bi-polar activity. Attempts to contact him have not been successful and there are concerns for the child's welfare.

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