DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) -- An AMBER Alert issued for a missing Durham 4-year-old was resolved late Monday evening after her father turned himself in.
Durham Police said Mitchell Grayson, 37, turned himself in at Durham Police headquarters. He was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, breaking and entering, and injury to personal property.
His daughter, Paisley Grayson, appeared to be unharmed, police said. She's just waiting to be reconnected with her mother, according to police.
Investigators are working to interview Mitchell Grayson, DPD said. He will then be taken to the Durham County Jail where warrants will be served.
Durham Police said Paisley was abducted on Saturday by Mitchell Grayson in the 800 block of Angier Avenue.
Investigators told ABC11 that Grayson badly beat someone at the house before abducting Paisley.
ABC11 spoke with a woman who did not give her name but said she was Mitchell Grayson's friend and drove him back to Durham from North Wilkesboro -- Where Paisley and her father had been since Saturday -- on Monday evening
She told ABC11 that Grayson Mitchell loves his daughter and would not do anything to harm her.
When asked by ABC11 why the AMBER Alert was issued two days after the girl was abducted, police said: "After further investigation, more information became available about the case and it was determined an AMBER Alert needed to be issued."
Anyone with further information regarding this case is asked to please contact Investigator T.S. Stuart at (919) 560-4440 ext. 29340.