A child was found following an abduction that prompted an Amber Alert in multiple states including Kansas. Authorities say the infant has been found unharmed after she was abducted in Oklahoma.
The Kingfisher County Sheriff’s Department says the 5-month-old girl was found “safe and sound” early this morning. A dispatcher could not immediately say where the girl was found, or what condition she was in.
The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety has canceled the Amber Alert it had issued earlier for the girl.
Authorities had said earlier the girl was abducted near Cashion, in central Oklahoma, and that they were searching for two women, who were possibly headed to Salt Lake City.
Original: An abducted child in Oklahoma prompts an Amber Alert in multiple states including Kansas. According to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, a child abduction occurred at approximately 1215pm on Thursday in Kingfisher County near Cashion, Oklahoma. The child victim is Olivia Smith, and the suspect is Cindy Findley.
Findley has a mental condition and made comments about having a vision of the child dying in two days.
At about 730pm, her vehicle was sighted in the panhandle of Oklahoma, and is possibly bound for Salt Lake City, UT. 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe -Texas lic BYZ-3364, black over brown color.
Olivia is a white female, 5-months-old, last seen wearing a pink, long-sleeved floral shirt. She has dark brown hair and is 25 inches long.
Findley is a white female, 5-foot-7, 125 pounds with blue eyes and shoulder length blonde hair.
If you see the suspect, or suspect vehicle call 911.