2 missing young Oklahoma girls found

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Police in Tuttle, Oklahoma are searching for Ava Deaton, 9, and Addie Alexander, 3, who they believe were abducted by their mother, who is a noncustodial parent.

Police in Tuttle, Oklahoma are searching for Ava Deaton, 9, and Addie Alexander, 3, who they believe were abducted by their mother, who is a noncustodial parent.

Update: Both nine-year-old Ava Deaton and three-year-old Addie Alexander have been found and are safe, Tuttle police official said.

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TUTTLE, Okla. (KFOR) – Police in Tuttle, Oklahoma are searching for Ava Deaton, 9, and Addie Alexander, 3, who they believe were abducted by their mother, who is a noncustodial parent.

Ava and Addie went missing within the past 24 hours, according to a Tuttle Police Department official.

They were reported missing Saturday morning by their grandmother, who is their custodial guardian.

They are believed to be driving a white Chevy Uplander minivan.

If you have any information about their whereabouts, please contact Tuttle police by dialing (405) 381-4467.

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