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TULSA, Okla. – The Tulsa Police Department have called off an Amber Alert for two children.

They have found both victims  and they are in protective custody.

They had been looking for nine-year-old Jace Allen Jordan and 20-month-old Andi Aliyah Rayne Jordan.

Jace (left) Andi (right)

Police say the suspect, 40-year-old Jason Myers Jordan, described as a white male last seen wearing a green and white shirt with blue jeans, was at a residence in Tulsa Wednesday when there was a dispute with another family member.

Jason Myers Jordan

The suspect reportedly shot the family member twice.

Jordan fled in a tan or champagne colored 2005 4-door Acura TSX with “very dark” tinted windows.

Thursday night, police said they found that vehicle, however, it was empty.

Tulsa police are now looking for a black 4-door 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the Oklahoma tag EUC433.


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