A Silver Alert was canceled for a 4-month-old girl out of Bristol.
Police said Symphony Hannah was reported missing on Monday.
They said Symphony and her mother, Tatiana Jackson, were both located on Tuesday around 9 p.m. The father, Sidney Hannah, has not been located at this time.
Police said the child's father, Sidney Hannah, has a full no-contact restraining order barring him from contact with Symphony and Tatiana Jackson.
Sidney Hannah has outstanding arrest warrants, including in Bristol and Hartford.
According to police, someone from the Supervision Apartments and Independent Living program, or SAIL, went to check on Jackson and Symphony in an apartment. The representative found Sidney Hannah there and knew it was against the restraining order.
However, he disappeared before police arrived.
Police interviewed Jackson and she admitted that Sidney Hannah had been there.
“Later that afternoon, [the Department of Children and Families] came down and did a follow up, asking we file a missing persons report because they couldn’t locate her or her 4-month-old child," said Lt. Richard Guerrera, Bristol police.
That's when the Silver Alert was issued.
Police did not give any specifics about where Symphony and her mother were found.
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