In a positive development, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office on late Thursday night canceled the amber alert it issued on the disappearance of an 8-month-old in Florida. As per reports, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office had issued an Amber Alert on Thursday after a man was accused of taking off with his 8-month-old daughter. The 8-month-old baby named Paradise Levy was believed to have been taken by her father, Terry Aries Levy, who left on foot near 1309 Stoneyhill Way around 4 p.m. on Thursday. Following that an amber alert was issued. Deputies were quoted saying they believed Terry Levy caught a ride to Youngerman Circle and Blanding Boulevard in Jacksonville, where he was last seen wearing a pink long-sleeve shirt and blue jeans. However, at 8:31 p.m., the sheriff’s office announced that Paradise Levy had been found by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

US media reports suggest that the investigators received a tip just after 8:30 p.m. that the child was on Shelton Street in Jacksonville, where she was found safely. As of Thursday evening, law enforcement said they were still working to find Terry Levy. “Terry is a career offender,” the sheriff was quoted by US media. "He has a violent criminal history. And if anybody knows where Terry is, please do not confront him. Please call 911 immediately so that we can get him into custody."

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