An Ecuadorian migrant is in custody after an incident involving a 13-year-old girl in a Queens park, sources report.

The suspect, believed to have entered the U.S. in 2021, was apprehended early Tuesday, five days after the girl and a 13-year-old boy were threatened with a “machete-style” blade in Kissena Park on Thursday afternoon.

The NYPD released images and footage of the suspect on Monday night and offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. Residents at a Queens shelter recognized him from the flyers and called the police.

Ecuadorian Migrant Suspect Arrested After Assault on Young Girl in NYC Park
The migrant committed the act in Kissena Park on Thursday afternoon.

Authorities say the suspect forced the two teens into a secluded area of the park, tied their wrists with shoelaces, and took their phones, instructing them to stay put for 20 minutes after he fled. The children ran to their nearby school and alerted staff, who called 911.

The incident sparked a massive manhunt and a heavy police presence in the park for days, leaving residents on edge.

Ecuadorian Migrant Suspect Arrested After Assault on Young Girl in NYC Park
Other residents at the Queens shelter recognized the migrant from the wanted flyers and called the police.

“Everybody is tense since the news because we all have small children that are playing here, and it happened in the day,” resident Alankar Ngar told The Post.

The park is usually full of children and students from nearby schools. Over 60 investigators were assigned to the manhunt in an “all hands” effort. NYPD Chief of Department Jeffrey Maddrey assured the community that all resources would be used to bring closure for the victims and their families.

Charges against the suspect are pending.