This story was updated after police provided new information about the incident.

FREETOWN, Mass. (WPRI) — Police said a woman is accused of attempted murder after she allegedly stabbed someone in the face, resulting in a 2-year-old girl going missing for several hours.

Angel-Leah Duarte, 25, is charged with attempted murder and assault by means of a dangerous weapon.

Police received a call just before 8:30 p.m. Friday to the area of 57 Bullock Road in East Freetown.

Police learned that a woman had shown up at a neighbor’s door covered in blood. Preliminary information revealed that she had been involved in a stabbing.

Authorities said the 61-year-old victim had suffered a stab wound to the face. The victim told police Duarte had committed the crime and fled the scene with her 2-year-old child.

This triggered a search using K-9s and drones that lasted until just before 11 p.m. Nearby residents were also alerted of the missing child via a reverse 911 call.

The above video captured by a police drone shows an officer locating the child in a nearby wooded area thanks to a thermal camera.

The child was transported to a nearby hospital due to rain and cold temperature exposure.

Duarte and the victim were also transported to the hospital for treatment.

Upon release, Duarte was arrested. Her bail was set at $50,000 and her arraignment is scheduled for Monday.

No word on the stabbing victim’s condition at this time.