Child Found, Mother Arrested After Tulsa Police Issue Amber Alert

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According to police, the family have listed several places where Ahmad and her daughter may be, ranging to Bixby to Edmond.

Ahmad reportedly stabbed the 11-year-old girl multiple times.

An Oklahoma mother of three who allegedly bound and gagged her daughters and stabbed the eldest repeatedly - before setting their house on fire - has been taken into custody. Officials described Hafsa as having puffy hair in a ponytail, wearing an ankle-length peach dress, and painted gold bracelets.

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Police found 39-year-old Taheerah Ahmad and the 7-year-old girl in downtown Tulsa less than 24 hours after going missing and after a disturbing series of events.

Police were looking for Taheerah Ahmad and her 7-year-old daughter, and they issued the Amber alert because they believed the daughter was in danger. The 9-year-old told police that their mother duct taped their hands and stuffed their mouths with socks. When she was taken to a nearby hospital, the 11-year-old was in critical condition. As Ahmad stabbed the oldest girl, the 7-year-old helped the other daughter, a 9-year-old, escape to a relative's home. The alert says Ahmad may be driving a black Lexus RX300 SUV with paper tags, a 2011 Ford Escape or a navy blue Ford sedan. Earlier Tuesday morning police described her condition as "very severe" and said she underwent intubation.

A woman allegedly stabbed her daughter, burned down the house and kidnapped another daughter before police found her. MacKenzie said there was no known history of child abuse or domestic violence.

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