WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Authorities say a 12-year-old Kansas girl has been found in Michigan after her parents reported she left her home with a Canadian man she met on the Internet. Michigan State Police Lieutenant T.J. Riegle says the girl and a man were stopped while driving Friday afternoon southwest of Lansing. Riegle says both are being held as police "sort things out." El Dorado Police Chief Tom Boren says the girl's parents told investigators had last seen her about 2 am Thursday and believed she had left her home with 20-year-old Kenneth Stewart McGill, of Ontario, Canada. They reported her missing about 12 hours later. The girl's father had refused to comment to The Associated Press earlier Friday. Michigan television station WHTC reports that an Amber Alert had been issued Friday for the girl in the state of Michigan. McGill previously had been reported missing and suicidal by his parents.