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UPDATE: Suspects who abducted three children turn themselves in, children found safe

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UPDATE: The suspects who abducted the three children turned themselves in Friday night due to “media pressure.” The children have been located and are safe. Police say the mother of the children was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant and her boyfriend, who is also the father of two of the children, was held for questioning. The woman driving the vehicle was also held for questioning. Police say they are looking at pressing charges against the suspects. 

DEL CITY, Okla. - Del City Police are looking for three missing children following an abduction Friday evening.

The suspects, who are also the parents, took their three children around 6 p.m.

Police are looking for Cory Sutphin, 24, and Kayla Absher, 28, who went to an area near SE 15th and Sunnylane in Del City to get their children from the court appointed Guardian.

Cory Sutphin and Kayla Absher

Sutphin and Absher went to the car at that residence where the guardian and children were located and forced their way into the vehicle to grab one-year-old Kelsea, eight-month-old Aubree, and eight-year-old Gage.




Families and neighbors attempted to stop them but were unsuccessful.

The suspects dropped one of the smaller children on the ground before picking her up and fleeing.

Injuries to the children are unknown.

Witnesses who were at the scene were able to get one child into the house during the incident.

The suspects ran over the foot of a guardian while attempting to flee.

A witness followed the suspects but lost sight.

The suspects are in a green compact 4-door car, possibly a Nissan.

The vehicle is being driven by 27-year-old Ruby Duncan.

Ruby Duncan, Driver

They are believed to be in danger.

Police tell us they are working to issue an Amber Alert.

If you know anything, give police a call at 405-677-2443.