NORTH BLOOMFIELD, OH - Rainn Peterson, 2, was found safe nearly 48 hours after she was reported missing. She is currently being transported to a local hospital.
Officials found her in a field near Peck Leach Road in North Bloomfield.
The search for Rainn Peterson had expanded to all of Ohio and parts of Pennsylvania on Sunday afternoon.
On Sunday afternoon, Rainn was added to the missing children's list on the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
On Sunday morning authorities were requesting help from volunteers to search, but according to the Trumbull County Sheriff's Department around 4 p.m. they were no longer asking for volunteers.
The sheriff's department tells Fox 8 that they did not want volunteers on Saturday because they were using specially trained dogs to pick up Rainn's scent. Too many people could have ruined tracking for the dogs.
Helicopters participated in the search today and searchers also used horses and checked culverts in the area.
***watch the choppers in the video box below***
Rainn was last seen at her grandparents' home on State Route 45 in North Bloomfield Friday evening around 6:30 p.m. The Trumbull County Sheriff says that she was wearing a purple, long-sleeved shirt; gray pants; and multi-colored pink and lime green shoes.
The Trumbull County sheriff reports that agencies combed through computer and phone records of the family and questioned a number of family members, including Rainn's parents, for alibis.
Multiple agencies were involved in the search, including BCI (Bureau of Criminal Investigation), the Trumbull County sheriff's office, the FBI, the Marshal's office as well as representatives from the Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
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