Amber Alert issued for 7 year old girl

7-year-old Hafza Hailey is believed to be with Taheerah Ahmad. The child is believed to be in danger

7-year-old Hafza Hailey is believed to be with Taheerah Ahmad. The child is believed to be in danger

The 7-year-old helped the 9-year-old escape when Ahmad began stabbing the eldest child, MacKenzie said.

Tulsa Police issued an Amber Alert on Monday for a 7-year-old girl after her 11-year-old sister was found stabbed.

By the time police and firefighters responded, the kitchen of the house where the 11-year-old lay bleeding was on fire, and the fire was spreading.

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.

Law enforcement report Hailey's mother, 39 year old Taheerah Ahmad duct tape and gagged her 3 children, before stabbing her 11 year old daughter and setting her house on fire.

The injured girl remains in a critical condition in hospital and authorities say she was stabbed so many times they were unable to count the exact number of wounds.

Sometime after the two children were able to escape, Ahmad is believed to have snatched her 7-year-old daughter and fled the scene.

Police believe Hafza could be in danger.

A woman allegedly stabbed her daughter, burned down the house and kidnapped another daughter before police found her.

Hafza is described as having puffy hair in a ponytail wearing an ankle-length peach dress and painted gold bracelets.

Ahmad's vehicle is a black 2005 Lexus RX3 SUV with Oklahoma paper tag "UD-4976" from Hiz N Herz.

Officials said Ahmad is described as black with curly black hair with gold streaks in it.

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

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