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AMBER ALERT: Mother begs for daughter’s safe return

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TECUMSEH, Okla. -- A mother is praying for her daughter's safe return as authorities search for her 3-year-old Chasity Almon near Tecumseh.

It began Tuesday afternoon when Pottawatomie County Deputies went to serve a warrant for assault and battery warrant to 32-year-old Robby Almon in Bethel Acres.

He showed up while they were there and fled.

A chase ensued but was called off when authorities found out Chasity and a 10-year-old boy were with Almon in the vehicle. 

An Amber Alert was issued and Almon dropped the boy, Aaron Brodine, off near Tecumseh unharmed.

Chasity's mother, Kimberly Bristow, is begging Chasity's father to bring her back.

"If he can see this or he can hear this, take her anywhere and I'll come get her. I don't even have to meet up with him. Just anywhere and I'll come get her," she said.

They are searching for a 2007 silver Silverado truck, tag number 225-FHP.

Anyone with information should call authorities through 911 or the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office at (405) 273-1727.