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UPDATE:  The suspect has been located and taken into custody.  The child is safe and in protective custody.

MOORE, Okla. – Moore Police are looking a man and his 1-year-old daughter who are missing and have now issued an Amber Alert for the child

Officials say the two went missing Friday around 3:30 p.m.

It started when Todd Steffens dropped his wife off at Platt College around 8 a.m.

The wife told police Todd and his daughter were then going to go to a doctor’s appointment at the Oklahoma City VA Hospital.

VA officials told Moore police that Todd never arrived at the hospital.

These pictures were taken at a 7-Eleven in north OKC Friday night when the father withdrew money from an ATM in the store.

Police say they have information that shows the father is in the metro OKC area.

The father contacted a relative briefly And that prompted officials to become concerned for the welfare of the child and the father.

This is the actual vehicle they are in.

Todd suffers from PTSD and a traumatic brain injury and experiences frequent blackouts.

Todd is 26-years-old, 5’8″ tall, 200 lbs, with brown hair and hazel eyes.

He was last seen with his 1-year-old daughter who has blonde hair and blue eyes.

He was driving a black 2015 Chrysler Town and Country van with the Oklahoma tag: ACY-884.

This will be one of the new Oklahoma tags with the scissor tail bird emblem.

If you know anything, call 911