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Taheerah Ahmad
Taheerah Ahmad

Missing Person Oklahoma AMBER Alert

The Tulsa Police Dept. posted on Social Media:

UPDATE*** 5-15-2018 1:15 PM
Big thanks to Anastasia and Emily for seeing the suspect’s vehicle and calling 911. Emily, a mother herself, had been concerned about the child and noticed a car matching the description at 300 North Main. After calling the police, we responded within minutes and found the suspect and victim.

Thanks again for caring enough to take the time to help in this tragic situation.

***UPDATE*** 5-15-2018 12:32 PM
A patrol officer found the suspect in her vehicle at 300 N. Main in Tulsa. She has been taken into custody and the 7 year old is with us.

Thanks to everyone who shared the post, helping us find this person.

Original story: An AMBER Alert has been issued for missing Hafza Hailey, 7, from Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Hayle went missing from the 500 block of Mohak Blvd. around 8 p.m. Monday after her mother, Taheerah Ahmad abducted her after she duct taped Hafza’s siblings, including stabbing one and setting the house on fire.

The middle child told police that their mother placed socks in their mouths, bound their hands with duct tape and began stabbing the eldest child. The eldest child is in critical condition, according to Fox News.

Taheerah Ahmad
Taheerah Ahmad may wear a blonde wig

The police report states the one child was able to escape with her 9-year-old sister and ran to a neighbor to call the police.  The 11-year-old was found in the house and taken to the hospital in critical condition.

Hafza was last seen wearing an ankle-length peach dress and is described to be wearing a puffy ponytail and gold bracelets on her wrist.

Ahmad has curly black hair with gold highlights. She is believed to be driving a black 2005 Lexus RX330, with an Oklahoma paper tag, number UD-4967 or a navy blue 2011 Ford Escape with Oklahoma license tag 778MNX.

Police have issued and Amber Alert for the girl and asked anyone with information about their whereabouts to call authorities at (918) 596-2627.

 

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