AMBER ALERT CANCELLED, GIRL FOUND SAFE
FROM KAKE NEWS
The Amber Alert for a missing Tulsa child was canceled Thursday. The child was found safe and the father was taken into custody.
Police report the child was found just before 5 p.m. near Peoria Avenue and 46th Street North in Tulsa.
OKLAHOMA AMBER ALERT:
An Amber Alert was issued Thursday for a 2-year-old girl named Unique Gill in Tulsa, Oklahoma who was forcibly taken by her father.
Unique Gill is a black female, last seen wearing a pink and gray jumpsuit, with pink bows in her hair.
The father is a registered sex offender with no parental rights and a permanent protective order against him.
His name is Shannon Dean. He is a black male last seen wearing a white tank top, dark blue jeans, with black and white tennis shoes.
Police are looking for a blue Nissan Murano with Oklahoma license plates. The vehicle was being driven by an unknown female.
Anyone with info should call Tulsa Police at 918-596-9222
What is an AMBER alert?
An AMBER Alert is an rapid notification system to alert the public and solicit their assistance when a child has been abducted and is facing grave danger. The U.S. Department of Justice recommends the following criteria for issuing an AMBER Alert: 1) There is reasonable belief by law enforcement an abduction has occurred; 2) The abduction is of a child age 17 years or younger; 3) The law-enforcement agency believes the child is in imminent danger of serious bodily injury or death; 4) There is enough descriptive information about the victim and abduction for law enforcement to issue an AMBER Alert to assist in the recovery of the child. Source: missingkids.com