UPDATE: JUNE 9, 6:38 a.m. Bullitt County Sheriff Donnie Tinnell said that Charlee Nichole Campbell, the 2-year-old who had been missing for more than 32 hours, was found alive Friday evening, WRDB reported.
Tinnell said Charlee walked up to the porch of a home about 500 yards up a steep hill. The homeowners recognized her and called authorities.
Charlee was taken to a hospital, but she suffered no injuries. She was dehyrdrated and had several tick bites, WRDB reported.
ORIGINAL STORY: Police in Kentucky are searching for a 2-year-old girl who has been missing since Thursday morning, WLKY reported.
The Bullitt County Sheriff's Office said the child, Charlee Nichole Campbell, suffers from autism.
Deputies said Charlee’s grandmother woke up just before 10 a.m. Thursday ,and the child and her dog were both gone, WLKY reported.
Charlee has shoulder-length blonde hair and brown eyes. She is approximately 3 feet tall and 37 pounds, the Sheriff’s Office said. She is believed to be with the family's female blue/gray pit bull.
"It's frustrating. It really, really is," Chief Erik Butler told WAVE. "I've been out here since 10:30 this morning and still nothing."
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