Editor's Note: Police originally said Try'Reshia Chamberlain was 3 years old. According to court documents she turns 3 on Nov. 12. The story has been updated to reflect this change.

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. - Authorities say a missing Brooklyn Park 2-year-old has been located, after her biological father was refusing to say where she was.

According to the criminal complaint, Trimell Chamberlain had joint custody of his nearly 3-year-old daughter, Try'Reshia, along with the girl's maternal aunt. The aunt filed a family court motion in July, because she had not seen Try'Reshia since May 1.

In August, the court ruled in her favor and ordered Chamberlain to return the child to her. In September, the complaint states that Chamberlain still had not returned the child. The aunt filed a police a report and the courts suspended Chamberlain's parenting time again.

According to the complaint, investigators began working to find Chamberlain and the child when the police report was filed on Sept. 26. On Nov. 5, detectives tracked Chamberlain down at a Brooklyn Park address and arrested him. Police say he refused to tell them where the child was.

On Thursday at 8:30 p.m., police said Try'Reshia was located. She will undergo a medical evaluation but police believe she is healthy. She was turned over by a friend of the father, and the investigation is ongoing.