Girl found stabbed in burning house; younger child missing

Frederick Owens
May 16, 2018

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 woman fled to a close-by residence, the place a few of her prolonged household stay, and known as for assist.

Police said one 9-year-old was able to escape the home and call 911, while Ahmad abducted Hafza.

According to tweets from Tulsa police, the department believes Ahmad took Hafza in a black 2005 Lexus RX300 SUV crossover, which they say might have paper plates. The eldest child is in critical condition.

Tulsa police Officer Jeanne MacKenzie informed the newspaper when authorities arrived they discovered the 11-year-old "was stabbed so many instances that officers and EMSA on the scene couldn't even rely them".

An Oklahoma mom of three certain and gagged her daughters and stabbed the eldest repeatedly - earlier than setting their home on hearth, authorities stated. Hafsa's 11-year-old sister is in critical condition with multiple stab wounds, and a nine-year-old child escaped the home safely. It's unclear how the incident started.

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Authorities continue to search Tuesday morning for a 7-year-old girl who is considered to be in danger after her mother bound and gagged the child and her two sisters, stabbing the eldest multiple times, and then set their house on fire, police said.

Police said Tuesday that the 11-year-old is unconscious and is breathing with the help of a tube.

Ahmad has curly black hair with gold highlights.

Ahmad is described as a 6-foot-tall woman with curly black hair with gold streaks in it. Hafsa was last seen wearing a peach-colored, ankle-length dress.

She added that Ahmad may be suffering from mental health or drug-related issues.

Police said there was no history of child abuse in the household.

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