Amber Alert canceled for two young Cherokee County children

Amber Alert canceled for two young Cherokee County children

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Authorities released these photos of the suspects and children. Authorities released these photos of the suspects and children.
TAHLEQUAH -
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The two children have been located in good health and the suspects have been taken into custody.


An Amber Alert has been issued for two young children from Cherokee County late Friday.

According to the Cherokee County Sheriff's Department, 3-year-old Tye Mouse and 15-month-old Aiden Mouse were allegedly taken by force by their non-custodial father Tyler Mouse, 27, around 6:15 p.m. Friday in Tahlequah.

The children's custodial grandparent says the father is a known drug user and made threats of harm in front of the children at the time of the abduction.

Authorities believe the suspects may be taking the children to the Mannford/Jennings area of Oklahoma or Chanute, Kansas.

The suspects are believed to be driving a black, four-door, 1998 Chrysler Cirrus with the Oklahoma license plate number 565EXZ.

Tye was last seen wearing a blue shirt with khaki pants and cowboy boots. Aiden was last seen wearing a red shirt with blue stripes, a Disney Cars jacket and a diaper.


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