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.
Tulsa police are searching for 39-year-old Taheerah Ahmad, who allegedly stabbed her 11-year-old daughter several times before setting her home on fire.
Ahmad reportedly then set the house on fire and left the 11-year-old there with her stab wounds, taking the youngest daughter with her.
The 9-year-old told police that their mother duct taped their hands and stuffed their mouths with socks.
The 9-year-old fled to a nearby residence, where some of her extended family live, for help.
Tulsa Police Officer Jeanne MacKenzie says the 7-year-old girl, Hafsa Hayle, helped her 9-year-old sister escape, and the 9-year-old ran to a nearby house for help.
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"She has been taken into custody and the 7-year-old is with us", the Tulsa Police Department posted on Facebook.
Tulsa Police said they found the woman in her auto near downtown Tulsa.
Ahmad reportedly stabbed the 11-year-old girl multiple times.
She is believed to have taken her seven-year-old daughter, Hafsa Hailey Ahmad, and authorities are anxious for her safety. When police arrived, the oldest daughter was discovered in critical condition, with the kitchen ablaze.
Officials said Ahmad is described as black with curly black hair with gold streaks in it. 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.
Police said there was no history of child abuse in the household.