The Amber Alert for missing 17-month-old Shylin Neal has now been cancelled.
Shylin was found safe in Greensboro.
Earlier on Friday, police had asked for help statewide finding the child who was asleep in a vehicle, which was stolen from a Food Lion parking lot.
High Point Police said they got a call around 9:50 Thursday night to the Food Lion on Brian Jordan Place.
Investigators say a Michael Campbell told them his god-daughter was asleep inside the car, so he went into the store for no more than five minutes, and returned to find the car missing.
Police said the car was left unlocked and running.
Officers told reporters at this point, child safety was the main concern.
No word yet if charges will be filed against the Campbell.
The High Point Police Department is searching for a missing child, Shylin Olanda Neal.
Shylin Olanda Neal is a 1-year-old Black female, approximately 18 inches long, weighing 24 pounds. She has black hair, and brown eyes. Shylin was last seen wearing a turquoise onesie with pink yellow and turquoise hearts and blue clog shoes. Shylin's hair is braided with blue and clear beads and she has pink and purple painted toenails.
Shylin was last seen in a vehicle that was stolen from Food Lion on Brian James Place in High Point NC. The vehicle is a White 2003 Chevrolet Suburban with NC license tag number BJX1565. The vehicle has an "I love wake boarding" sticker on the back.
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