UPDATE 10/9/13 2:30 AM CDT
UPTON, Ky -- A car chase in Hardin County ended an AMBER Alert from the Louisville area.
Kentucky State Police say 2-year-old Jaylynn Maxey was reported missing by her mother on Saturday after her biological father, 24-year-old Joshua Yeager, took her.
Police say they got new information Yuesday that led them to believe Jaylynn was in danger, so the alert was issued.
The alert said they were in a stolen car with a New Jersey plate, but Louisville Police found that car abandoned around 9 Tuesday night.
A few hours later around midnight... Yeager led KSP troopers on a chase on I-65.
Police stopped him near Upton, and Jaylynn was found safe and unharmed.
Yeager was taken to the hospital.
Louisville stations are reporting Yeager may be a suspect in a bank robbery in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, but police have not confirmed this.
UPDATE: 10/8/13 11:50 PM CDT
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Police say The AMBER Alert for a 2-year-old Kentucky girl has been canceled because the suspect and child have been found.
Jaylynn Maxey is unharmed and Joshua Yeager has been taken to Hardin Hospital for unknown injuries.
Reports say Yeager led police on a car chase before he was captured.
UPDATE: 10/8/13 11:30 PM CDT
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Police say Yeager has been arrested. Maxey is safe.
BULLITT COUNTY, Ky. (WBKO) -- An Amber Alert has been issued for a two-year-old Bullitt County girl, who police say may be in danger.
Police say Jaylynn Maxey was last seen Tuesday afternoon in Shepherdsville.
She was wearing a black and pink tank top with a swirled design and white sandals. She could also be wearing a white and yellow polka-dot top with white pants that have ruffles.
They believe her father, 24-year-old Joshua Yeager, took her.
Yeagar is described as a white man, 6'1", and weighs 185 pounds.
He has brown hair and blue eyes.
He was last seen wearing a green t-shirt and green plaid shorts.
Police believe he's driving a maroon Ford Taurus with a black and gray primer hood. The car has New Jersey license plates.
If you see him, please call 502-574-7111.