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Missing Brooklyn Park toddler found safe and well

The 3 year old's father was arrested in Brooklyn Park on Monday.

Update 8:30 p.m.

Brooklyn Park PD has announced that 3-year-old Try-Reshia Chamberlain has been found safe and well.

The toddler was handed over to police detectives by a female friend of his father, and following a medical evaluation, appears to be healthy and unharmed.

The police investigation continues.

Original story

Brooklyn Park Police Department has launched a search for a missing 3-year-old girl whose father was arrested earlier this week. 

The missing toddler's name is Try'Reshia Chamberlain. She's approximately 2-2.5 feet tall with black hair, brown eyes and weighs 20-30 pounds. 

Chamberlain hasn't been seen since May 1, when investigators say she was taken by her biological father. 

The girl's father has been determined unfit to care for children, but he has refused to return his daughter or tell anyone where she is.

He remained uncooperative when Brooklyn Park SWAT arrested him while executing a search warrant at an apartment on Monday.

It wasn't until Oct. 29 that detectives received a request to help find the toddler.  

Anonymous tips can be submitted online to Brooklyn Park PD, or via text message by texting BPPD and your tip to 847411. 

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