A 12-year-old girl who went missing last week in Michigan has been found safe, according to authorities.
Brianna Patricia Longardner was located in Punta Gorda, Florida and is now in the care of child protective services.
Brianna was suspected to be in the custody of her biological mother, Ryla Hubbard, who does not have legal custody.
Police say that Hubbard has an extensive criminal history and has threatened to take Brianna to an unknown location, but is known to have contacts in Indiana and Florida.
A warrant for parental kidnapping is currently being sought via the prosecutor's office.
Below is the original story when Brianna was initially declared missing:
The Michigan State Police are asking for help in locating a missing 12-year-old girl who they say may be in danger.
Brianna Patricia Longardner was last seen in Adrian, Michigan, but she also has possible contacts in Indiana and Florida.
According to police, Brianna has been without prescription medications she currently needs.
Police suspect that she is with her biological mother, Ryla Erin Hubbard, who does not have legal custody of Brianna and also has a lengthy criminal record.
Brianna has brown hair and brown eyes and is 5 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 120 pounds. She was last seen wearing black leggings, a pink camouflage sweatshirt and a red shirt.
Anyone who has seen Brianna or her mother Ryla are urged to call the Adrian police at 517-264-4808 or call 911.