A two year old Pitt County child abducted by her father is safe at home tonight.
Tonight, Winterville Police arrested 23 year old Brian Conner for kidnapping his daughter from the babysitter's house.
Investigators say the baby's mother spotted Conner's car at his mother's home in Ayden and she called police.
Conner is in the Pitt County Detention Center under a $115,000 bond for child abduction, felony breaking and entering and resisting arrest.
Conner told police he took the child because of a custody dispute.
Pitt County authorities are looking for a father who they say kidnapped his 20-month old daughter this evening.
Winterville police say Brian Conner went to the home of the toddler's babysitter, forced his way in and ran out the door with the girl.
Raven Briana Conner was last wearing a pink "moma's little girl" long sleeve shirt, blue jeans and tennis shoes. She is about 2-1/2 feet tall and weighs about 25 pounds.
Police say Conner does not have custody of the child.
He was last seen driving a 2006 seafoam-colored Chrysler 300 with dark tinted windows. The car has North Carolina tags WPL-4868.
WITN is attempting to get a picture of the kidnapped girl.
If anyone has seen Conner or the toddler, please call Winterville police.
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