Michigan State Police searching for 12-year-old girl who may be in danger

- The Michigan State Police Department is helping police in Adrian search for 12-year-old Brianna Patricia Longardner, who who may have been abducted by her biological mother in Adrian.

Adrian Police issued an "endangered, missing advisory" on Monday for the 12-year-old girl who was last seen with her biological mother. Police say the girl's mother, Ryla Erin Hubbard, does not have custody of the young girl and has  lengthy criminal record.

Police also said she was threatened to take her to an unknown location and that she was contacts in Indiana and Florida.

Police in Adrian say they're working to secure a warrant for parental kidnapping from the prosecutor's office. 

Longardner is 5-foot-1 and 120 pounds. She is white with brown hair and brown eyes and was wearing black leggings, a pink camouflage sweatshirt and a red shirt when she was last seen on Thursday in Adrian.

Longardner needs to take prescription medication but has not taken them, which could cause medical complications.

Anyone who has seen the girl is asked to call 911 or the Adrian Police Department at 517-264-4808.

UPDATE: MSP said early Tuesday morning Brianna has been found safe. You can continue reading more here...

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