Lyndon Albers, missing toddler from Hamilton, found safe

The couple who found the girl talking to FOX25's Bob Ward

Police sealed off the area around Lyndon Albers home Friday morning.

The scene took place outside of Albers' home, along Lincoln Avenue in Hamilton, Massachusetts.

The girl, 2, was last seen by her parents around 3 a.m. at her home in Hamilton, and they reported her missing around 7 a.m., reports CBS Boston.

WCVB's Kathy Curran reports that she was found naked, with her head been shaven and with bruises on it.

Albers was reunited with her parents at the hospital. Her condition is said to be stable.

The road where Lyndon Albers was found

The girl was found alive miles away on Newbury Road in Rowley several hours later by an Ipswich couple driving to work in Amesbury.

State police assisted in the search, which included a helicopter and K-9s.

That home is now surrounded by police tape. Hamilton Police chief Russell Stevens said the blond haired girl was transported to a hospital.

The couple put Lyndon in their auto, put a blanket around her and called police.