WILLOUGHBY HILLS, OH (WOIO) - A nearly three hour ordeal came to end Tuesday afternoon when police say Clarence Davis dropped Ravin Briscoe, 3, and her brother 5-year-old Gavin Traylor off safely and left.
Willoughby Hills Police say the two children, who were abducted Tuesday morning, are now back with their mother.
Davis, 24, took the kids and a car after threatening their mother with a gun.
Ravin was reunited with her dad at the Willoughby police station around 2 p.m.
"You wanna call papa?" asked Ravin's dad.
"Yea," said Ravin.
"How you doing sweetie?" asked grandpa on the phone.
"You got some ice cream?" asked Ravin.
"We'll go get you some ice cream," said grandpa.
"OK," Ravin said.
A "third party familiar with the situation" dropped the children off at a secure location early Tuesday afternoon.
Police say Davis, who is still on the run, should be considered armed and dangerous. If you see him call 911.