New South Wales police have found an 18-month-old girl taken from Rosewood earlier this morning. It is believed the girl is safe and well.
A baby girl abducted from a house south-east of Brisbane on Tuesday morning is believed to be travelling in a white Hyundai Tucson wagon, police believe.
Queensland Police Service released an updated Amber Alert in which they said the girl was taken by a woman and believed to be in white SUV with New South Wales registration CTL 30D.
Police said the vehicle was thought to be headed to NSW.
In an earlier release, they had suspected the girl was travelling in a white Hyundai or a black Subaru.
Police have issued an Amber Alert for an 18-month-old girl taken from Rosewood on Tuesday morning.
The girl was taken by a woman known to her about 8.30am and police feared she may be at significant risk.
Police believed she may be in a white Hyundai i30 with New South Wales registration plates or a black Subaru Impreza.
The woman may also be in the company of two men.
The girl is Caucasian with blonde hair and police believed the group may be in or travelling to New South Wales.
Anyone with information is urged to call 13 15 64 to provide information about the abduction.