The so-called amber alert said Olivia Smith was abducted at
about midday in Kingfisher County near the central Oklahoma town
of Cashion, and that the 48-year-old suspect, Cindy Findley, was
possibly headed for Salt Lake City, Utah, by way of Colorado.
"Suspect has a mental condition and made comments about having a
vision of the child dying in two days," the alert said, adding
that Findley was driving a sport utility vehicle with Texas
plates and was accompanied by another woman in her 40s.
The alert, which was sent to cell phones, urged people with
information on the case to contact the Kingfisher County
sheriff's office or dial 911, the emergency number.
Traci Tate of the county's emergency dispatch center said the
infant was taken from her grandmother's home, and that Findley
is believed to be the child's great-aunt.
(Reporting by Daniel Wallis; Editing by Steve Gorman and
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