Police are questioning a man and a woman after finding a two-year-old girl who was taken from her father’s home.

A two-year-old girl abducted from her father’s southeast Queensland home has been found safe and well in a Brisbane suburb.

Bella Rose Goulding was located at Archerfield, in the city’s south, on Sunday night and police say they’re questioning a man and a woman.

“Investigations are continuing,” the Queensland police service said in a statement.

“A man and a woman are currently assisting police with inquiries.”

Bella was taken from a house at Willowbank, near Ipswich, on Saturday night and police say her abductors are known to the family.

On Sunday evening, police released the names and images of Lisa Maree Carroll, 21, and Michael Kenneth Winning, 42, saying they say may be able to assist their investigation but refusing to disclose details of their relationship to Bella.

The 8pm abduction occurred on Sancroft Street, which is near a park and the Cunningham Highway.

The girl’s father Steven declined to speak publicly on Sunday.

Witnesses saw the abductors in a white Holden Commodore and a silver Mitsubishi sedan.

Further information is being sought from Queensland police.