Amber Alert issued for 7-year-old Tulsa girl

Amber Alert issued for 7-year-old Tulsa girl

They say the mother, Taheerah Ahmad, is suspected of stabbing her daughter multiple times before leaving with the 7-year-old.

Taheera Ahmad is accused of binding and gagging her three girls, before slashing the eldest multiple times with a knife, then setting the house on fire and kidnapping the youngest, who is seven.

Police reported to the home on Monday night to find the kitchen on fire and an 11-year-old girl critically injured from an apparent stabbing.

The 11-year-old "was stabbed so many times that officers and EMSA on scene couldn't even count them", MacKenzie said.

The nine-year-old child who escaped the home reportedly told police that Ahmad had stabbed the older child after she "duct taped [the children's] hands, put socks in their mouths".

One of Ahmad's kids a 9-year-old escaped to a relative's house and recounted the gruesome details to police.

Police have been searching for seven-year-old Hafza Hailey.

Police aren't sure where Ahmad may be headed. On Tuesday morning, police described her condition as "very severe" and said she was unconscious and underwent intubation.

Tulsa Police said the woman, in her 40s and now believed to have blonde hair, could be driving either a 2005 Black Lexus RX300 or a blue Ford sedan.

An Amber Alert has been issued for the 7-year-old woman, who police described as carrying a peach-colored, ankle-length costume. She has curly black hair with gold streaks in it. She has curly hair and had it in a ponytail when she was final seen.

MacKenzie said Monday evening that there was no known history of child abuse or domestic violence. However, she said there "have been some issues talked about in the family".

Authorities don't have much information on the blue Ford sedan.



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