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UPDATE: The McAlester Police Department found Rebecca Vieney early Tuesday morning.

Dispatchers said the 3-year-old girl is safe.

Officials could not confirm if anyone was taken into custody in connection with the alleged abduction.

MCALESTER, Okla. – Authorities are working with the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety to find a 3-year-old girl who is in danger after she was taken from a grocery store.

Rebecca Vieney was at Walmart in McAlester Thursday about 5:15 p.m. when police believe she was abducted by a person they describe as a non-custodial parent named “Bree.”

Police said they have reason to think the girl may be in danger and issued a missing endangered juvenile alert to local media Friday morning.

Rebecca was last wearing  a pink shirt with the word “Love” on it, blue jeans and Angry Birds shoes. According to the alert, Rebecca and the suspect may be traveling to Killeen, Texas in a white, four-door Nissan Altima with a Florida license plate.

Contact the McAlester Police Department at (918) 423-1212 if you have any information.

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