Sheriff's office: Oklahoma infant safe in Texas

CASHION, Okla. (AP) - Authorities say an infant has been found unharmed in West Texas after she was abducted in Oklahoma.

Dispatcher Traci Tate with the Kingfisher County Sheriff's Department says the 5-month-old girl was found "safe and sound" early Friday morning.

Tate said later that the girl was found in Seminole, Texas, by local authorities. She said no one was "in custody" but said she could not elaborate. She said that the department had no further details but that the Seminole police chief would be making a statement Friday morning.

In Texas, the Gaines County Sheriff's Department says no arrests have been made.

The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety canceled the Amber Alert it had issued for the girl.

Authorities had said earlier the girl was abducted near Cashion, in central Oklahoma.

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An Amber Alert has been issued in Kansas for a missing Oklahoma baby.

Five-month-old Olivia Smith was abducted around 12:15 p.m. Thursday near Cashion, Okla.

She is 2 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 13 pounds. She is Caucasian with brown hair and blue eyes.

The suspected abductor is Cindy Findley. The suspect has a mental condition and made comments about having a vision of the child dying in two days. The suspect’s vehicle is a 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe with a Texas license plate BYZ-3364. The color is black over brown.

At approximately 7:30 p.m., the suspect’s vehicle was seen in the panhandle of Oklahoma and is possibly bound for Salt Lake City, Utah. 

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