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TPD asked for donations for the 3 girls affected by mother's alleged stabbing attack

The Tulsa Police Department is asking for donations for three girls who are now the victims of their mother's accused actions, that left one of them fighting for her life in a hospital. (KTUL)

The Tulsa Police Department is asking for donations for three girls who are now the victims of their mother's accused action, that left one of them fighting for her life in a hospital.

Taheerah Ahmad, 39, is accused of holding her three daughters captive inside her north Tulsa home for a week and then stabbing her 11-year-old 50 to 60 times and setting the home on fire.

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After the stabbing , an Amber Alert was issued because Ahmad had run off with her youngest child. She was caught and arrested in downtown Tulsa and the child who was with her was not harmed.

Now, police are asking for support from the community to help the 11, 9, and 7-year-old girls. Today is also the now 12-year-old girl's birthday who remains in critical condition and TPD days she is a very strong young lady.

Police are asking that clothes, toys and anything kids their ages would like, be donated. You can dropped the items off at the Children's Advocacy Center at 2829 S. Sheridan Road.

Monetary donations can also be taken to the FOP Credit Union at 10110 E. 11th Street. An account has been setup for the girls.

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