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McAlester Child Located in Texas After Reported Abduction

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A three-year-old girl that was reportedly abducted in McAlester was found safe in Texas.

Details of the alleged abduction were released Thursday when news broke that Rebecca Vieney had been taken from the Walmart in McAlester.

Oklahoma officials issued a notice that Vieney was reported missing and had possibly been taken by a woman named "Bree." It is reported that she is a non-custodial parent of the child.

Both the woman and the girl were reported to have been traveling in a white Nissan Maxima. It had Florida tags and officials believed she was traveling to Killeen, Texas.

Killeen Police were notified of the incident and were able to located the two. No other information was given at this time.

Rebecca is reported to be safe with her family and traveling back to Oklahoma.


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