UPDATE (6:50 p.m.): The Amber Alert is canceled. Both the 16-year-old and her infant son, have been found safely, according to Lawton police.

Don Sellman, the teen’s father, was taken into police custody in Muskogee earlier.

No further details have been provided.

UPDATE: Don Sellman, the person of interest in the Amber Alert issued by the Lawton Police Department, has been captured and is in the custody of Muskogee police.

However, his 16-year old daughter and her infant son were still missing.

The 16-year old is possibly driving a white Chevy four-door pickup with no tailgate, which is pictured below:

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Original Story

LAWTON, Okla. (KFOR) – Lawton police issued an Amber Alert for a six-month-old baby boy and his teenage mother, both of whom may have been taken by the teen’s father.

The baby and the 16-year old went missing at around 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 4.

An Amber Alert states Chasity staying at a foster home in the 3800 block of NW Lake Avenue.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials say both Chasity and Carson may have been taken by 49-year-old Don Sellman, Chasity’s father.

Both the minors were in DHS custody.

Don Sellman may be driving a white Cadillac. He may be heading to Tahlequah, his hometown.

His last known location was on I-44 south of Newcastle. He is known to carry weapons, officials said.

Immediately call 9-1-1 or Lawton police at (580) 581-3272 if you see either the children or Don Sellman, or know of their whereabouts.