UPDATE: 11/14 12:45 PM
The FBI issued the bulletin Wednesday night, saying the Ouachita County Sheriff's Office, Arkansas State Police, the U.S. Marshal Service, and the FBI were looking for Kimberly Nussey, who was last seen walking down a county road near her home in Camden, Arkansas, about 5 p.m. Monday.
Authorities said Kimberly was taken by her uncle, 38-year-old Phillip Thomas Nussey Jr.
He is believed to be driving a white 1999 Ford Crown Victoria with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission tag GGJGW.
A felony charge of interfering with child custody has been issued against him.
Authorities said Kimberly was believed to have been taken from her mother's house.
There is an ongoing custody battle, and she was said to be in "imminent danger."
FBI officials said Thursday that a U.S. Marshals task force found Kimberly about 10:41 p.m. Wednesday at a home in Milton, Florida.
She was unharmed.
A missing Arkansas teenager believed to be taken by her uncle, may be in Alabama.
An Amber Alert has been issued for 13 year old Kimberly Nussey.
She was last seen near her home in Camden, Arkansas, on Monday.
She's 5’8, about 140 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Police believe she was taken by her uncle, 38 year old Phillip Nussey, junior.
They're believed to be traveling in a 1999 white Crown Victoria with Arkansas game and fish tag, GGJGW.
Police say Kimberly may be in danger.
If you've seen them, you're urged to call the FBI at 501-221-9100.
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