ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Atlanta police said an 8-year-old girl was found safe and reunited with her family Friday morning after she had been missing for more than 12 hours.
Imani Colvin had last been seen about 8 p.m. Thursday near Perkerson Park.
IMANI HOME SAFE: @Atlanta_Police just returned the young girl to her family after being missing for more than 12 hours. This is emotional and beautiful to see the relief in Imani Colvin’s family’s eyes. Tears all around.🙏🏻💗 #BREAKING @GoodDayAtlanta pic.twitter.com/aF65NiG7no— Alexa Liacko FOX 5 (@AlexaLiackoFOX5) June 7, 2019
Police told FOX 5 News Imani was wearing a pink shirt and dark blue jeans with black long braids. Officers said she weighs about 65 pounds and is about four feet tall.
Perkerson Park is located south of Deckner Avenue SW and between Metropolitan Parkway and Sylvan Road, just west of the Downtown Connector.
HELICOPTERS & K9 OFFICERS: @Atlanta_Police says they are “going all out” to find 8-yr-old Imani Colvin, bringing in dozens of officers in from all across the city. They’ve also flown helicopters over the park area where she was last seen and sent K9’s through the neighborhood. pic.twitter.com/HfQecjhANk— Alexa Liacko FOX 5 (@AlexaLiackoFOX5) June 7, 2019