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Girl Abducted From Atlanta Home Found Alive
A 14-year-old girl abducted by two armed men during a break-in has been found safe.
Ayvani Hope Perez was taken to hospital for checks and then reunited with her family after being taken from her home near Atlanta, Georgia, on Tuesday.
Clayton County police chief Gregory Porter said she was in "good health", adding: "This is a good day. She is safe ... she is safe."
Sergeant Kevin Hughes told Sky News "she's doing well".
Two men are in custody after being arrested in connection with the suspected abduction.
Police said 29-year-old Wildrego Jackson has been charged with conspiracy to kidnap.
Officials said 40-year-old Juan Alberto Contreras-Rodriguez, a Mexican national, has been arrested on immigration-related charges.
But officers said they were still looking for two other suspects pictured in artists' impressions released by police.
It remains unclear whether the girl and her family were targeted or if the attack was random, Mr Porter said.
Rick Maxwell, from the FBI, said a motive has not yet been established.
"We have not determined the relationship between these individuals at this time," Mr Maxwell told reporters.
Authorities said Ayvani was dropped off by the abductors in Conyers - about 20 miles east of Atlanta - and picked up by police.
Earlier, police said men had entered the family property through a back door at around 2am and then demanded money and jewellery from Ayvani's mother.
When the woman said she did not have any, they took Ayvani from her home in Ellenwood, Clayton County.
One of the men shot and killed the dog because it was barking, officers added.
Police had been stopping and searching cars and were also using a helicopter in the search for Ayvani.
A child-abduction alert was also issued by authorities on Tuesday.