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TUSCUMBIA, AL (WAFF) -

Tuscumbia Police said they have located a missing toddler.

This comes following a nationwide search for 18-month-old Selenia Davis and her non-custodial grandmother.

Tuscumbia Police say Davis has been missing since April 29 when she was taken by her grandmother without the consent of the child's guardian.

The baby's grandmother, 43-year-old Tina Vaughn of Waterloo, left with Selenia just three days before the baby's aunt was granted custody.

Tuscumbia Police Chief Tony Logan said Vaughn and Selenia were living with the aunt in Tuscumbia at the time. The aunt reported the baby missing on Monday after trying to get the child back from the grandmother. Vaughn stopped talking to family members and the aunt became concerned for the child.

The aunt told police Vaughn has a history of drug activity and has outstanding warrants for traffic violations. 

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