TULSA -- Authorities continue to search for evidence in connection with an Amber Alert and brutal stabbing.
On Monday night, police said 39-year-old Taheerah Ahmad stabbed her 11-year-old daughter, who The 11-year-old girl was taken to the hospital in "very" critical condition, where she remains unconscious.
An Amber Alert was issued after police said Ahmad abducted her eight-year-old child. Ahmad was located around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in a parking lot near 300 North Main in Tulsa. The eight-year-old child was also found safe.
Police said citizens walking in the area noticed the vehicle and contacted authorities. Ahmad was taken into custody without incident. Police said she had been in that parking area for 17 hours before being found.
Police said the woman admitted to the crime. Ahmad said she became upset with the children, and bound two of her children's hands with duct tape. She said the 11-year-old child fought back, and she stabbed the child 50 to 60 times and hit her in the head with a pick ax, according to police.
Ahmad then reportedly said that she tried to set the home on fire.
On Tuesday, authorities searched the home of Ahmad as they look for evidence in the case.
FIRST LOOK inside Taheerah Ahmad’s home. She’s accused of brutally stabbing her 11-year-old and abducting her seven-year-old. pic.twitter.com/97C0IYHRyG
— Travis Guillory (@TGuilloryNews) May 15, 2018
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