Missing Okla. mother’s car found in St. Louis

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Courtesy: KTVI

ST. LOUIS, MO – Police said they found the car they said they believe belongs to the Oklahoma mother missing there. 

They have asked for a court order to get the GPS device from the car Tuesday. 

Authorities have not confirmed if that device led to the car’s discovery. 

Crews found the car just before noon Tuesday.

Police are still searching for 30-year-old Ebony Jackson who traveled from Moore, Okla. with her infant son to visit family in St. Louis. 

Her son, 6-month-old Donovan Prom, was found alone in his car seat at a St. Louis area apartment Friday. 

Friends and family said they don’t believe Jackson abandoned her son and that this is totally out of character for her.  

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