Peoria child rescued out of state after allegedly being taken by non-custodial parent

Kirby Carr (Courtesy: Peoria Police Department)

The Peoria Police Department says a two-year-old girl who was allegedly taken by her non-custodial parent was rescued out of state.

The child was identified as Kirby Carr. She went missing on June 8 from her home in the area of Lake Pleasant Parkway and Speckled Gecko Drive.

On June 9, police say the girl was found safe in another state. The department wouldn't say which one.

Peoria Police plans to hold a press conference on Monday, June 10, to talk more about the case.

"Officers learned the non-custodial parent arrived at this location for a supervised visitation with his 2-year-old child. Once the visitation concluded, the suspect fled the area," police said on June 8.

Carr was seen fleeing the area in a 2014 blue Fiat 500 with Arizona license plate M5A6EM.

The non-custodial parent was identified as 52-year-old Kevin Carr. He has been arrested.

Anyone with information should call Peoria Police at 623-773-7045.

Area where the incident happened