Amber Alert Tulsa Oklahoma: Missing 11-year-old child found after abducted in mother’s car

By | December 14, 2021

Amber Alert Tulsa Oklahoma: Amber Alert canceled after boy abducted in a stolen car is found safe

According to a report reaching us, an 11-month-old child who was abducted in a stolen car at a Tulsa Family Dollar store Monday evening, prompting a Silver Alert, has been located and is safe. The Police say the Amber alert for the missing child was canceled.

Tulsa police said 11-month-old Emari Redricks has been found and is safe. Thanks to all who assisted.

There is no further information regarding this case at this time.

Earlier: An Amber Alert has been issued for an 11-month-old boy who was abducted in a stolen car at a Tulsa Family Dollar store Monday evening. authorities are growing increasingly worried for the welfare of the child and are asking the public to help keep an eye out for him.

A woman’s silver 2014 Ford Fiesta was stolen out of a Family Dollar parking lot at 2415 N. Harvard Ave. about 6:50 p.m., police said. The woman’s son, Emari Redricks, was in the car when it was stolen.

The police said the woman parked her vehicle at the store and got out, leaving her son in the running car, After she went in, a black SUV parked beside her car, then pulled out and went to the other side of the car. A person got out of the SUV and into the woman’s Fiesta and drove away with the black SUV following.

The Police said the child was wearing a purple and blue onesie with white tennis shoes.

The woman’s Fiesta has a BLM sticker on the right side and a Nelson Car Country sticker on the left side. The license tag is LFE564.

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