At the beginning of November, Atlanta police were alerted to a toddler being taken by her father who does not have custody over her.
Harmony Hill’s family has spent six weeks trying to find her, but now officers have and 3-year-old Harmony was able to make it home in time for Christmas.
Earlier this week, investigators found Harmony and her father, Nickien Collins, in Mississippi. Collins was arrested and Harmony was returned to her family in Atlanta.
“My family is eternally grateful that our nightmare is over and everything turned out well in the end,” the family wrote in a Facebook post.
The family also took the opportunity to compliment Atlanta police and Investigator D. Scott’s hard work to bring their loved one home. They say that after weeks of searching, Investigator Scott was reassigned to Harmony’s case and was able to locate the girl in just a matter of weeks.
“[Atlanta police] have a true GEM in [Investigator] Scott!” the family went on to say. “[She] found her in less than half a week!!! And before Christmas like she said she would!”