Jonathan J. Van Duyn, 33, and Jocelyn T. Van Duyn, 10. | Provided photo.

The Amber Alert for a missing 10-year-old girl, who has ties to the Wonder Lake area, has been canceled after she was located safe by police, authorities in Wisconsin announced.

Jocelyn T. Van Duyn, 10, went missing around 8 p.m. Saturday from her mother’s home in the 200 block of Fox Lane in Walworth, Wisconsin.

Jocelyn did not pack a bag or take a jacket and authorities said she may have been traveling with her biological father.

Authorities activated the Amber Alert around 9:15 p.m. Monday. It was canceled Tuesday morning after the Wisconsin Department of Justice announced she had been located safe.

Police listed Jonathan J. Van Duyn, 33, as the suspect in the case and said he drives a white 2014 Dodge Ram truck that might be pulling a camper. The license plate has an Illinois registration tag of 167007F.

Van Duyn also goes by the nicknames “Kyle” and “Wolfy.” He is a white male, 6-feet tall, 220 pounds, with very short brown hair and blue eyes.

Jocelyn is a female white, 5-foot-3, 140 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing a white t-shirt with the Eiffel Tower on it, black pants and dark shoes.

Jocelyn is originally from Wonder Lake and goes to school in McHenry. Her grandparents live in McHenry County.

The Wisconsin Department of Justice did not say where Jocelyn had been located. The FBI, Walworth County Sheriff’s Office and Walworth Police Department also assisted in the investigation.