Amber Alert ended for girl, 6, abducted in Sask.

WATCH ABOVE: The Amber Alert for a missing girl has ended after she was found safe Monday morning in North Battleford. Meaghan Craig with the details.

An Amber Alert issued in three western Canadian provinces for a missing six-year-old girl who was abducted outside a strip mall in North Battleford, Sask., has ended.

Workers in a remote industrial area of the city contacted police at around 6:45 a.m. CT Monday, stating a vehicle parked off the road in bushes matched the description of stolen SUV from the Amber Alert.

WATCH: Cpl. Rob King discusses how they found the 6-year-old girl after an Amber Alert was issued on Sunday night

Cpl. Rob King on finding the girl involved in Amber Alert
Cpl. Rob King on finding the girl involved in Amber Alert

The girl was found conscious inside the vehicle.

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She was taken to hospital for treatment and has since been released into the care of her family.

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WATCH: Cpl. Rob King provides an update on the condition of the 6-year-old girl

Cpl. Rob King provides update on 6-year-olds condition
Cpl. Rob King provides update on 6-year-olds condition

Police said they do not know how long the vehicle was in the area or where it may have travelled.

The girl was strapped in a car seat in the back seat of the SUV when it was stolen from in front of the strip mall at around 5 p.m. Sunday.

It had been left running while her mother momentarily went inside a store.

The Amber Alert was issued at 7:20 p.m. in Saskatchewan and later expanded to include Alberta and Manitoba.

READ MORE: Manitobans have mixed reactions to overnight Amber Alert cell phone notification

There were concerns for the girl due to her medical conditions.

WATCH: Cpl. Rob King speaks about what they are doing now to try and find the suspect involved in the Amber Alert

Cpl. Rob King on finding suspect
Cpl. Rob King on finding suspect

“I think any six-year-old that was taken against their will is definitely at risk,” RCMP Cpl. Rob King said at the time the Amber Alert was issued.

“This girl, given her medical conditions, is at higher risk.”

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Police have no one in custody as they continue to investigate.