A 13-month-old girl and her mother who were the subject of an Amber Alert across Minnesota and western Wisconsin were found safe in Minneapolis, police said.

The girl, Kasina Smith, and her 25-year-old mother, Erica Liasha Crumb, were found safe after allegedly being abducted at 12:44 p.m. Friday while leaving a doctor’s office at 9055 Spring Drive NW in Coon Rapids, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA).

The suspect in the abduction was Milo Levell Smith, who is the father of the child. There currently is a restraining order against him.

The alert was canceled shortly before 5 p.m.

"We are very grateful that the mother and child have been found safe," Coon Rapids police Capt. Jon Urquhart said. "It demonstrates the cooperative work law enforcement does every day to resolve these types of calls."