AMBER Alert cancelled for 14-month-old out of Oklahoma City

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AMBER Alert cancelled for 14-month-old out of Oklahoma City

CANCELLED: An Amber Alert has been canceled for a 14-month-old girl and authorities said the child is safe.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (News on 9) – An Amber Alert has been issued for a 14-month-old girl and officers are investigating a homicide in southeast Oklahoma City.

Zyla Milburn was last seen shortly after 12 p.m. Tuesday in the 5100 block of Brookdale Drive near SE 44th Street and S Bryant Avenue.

Police said they are also investigating a homicide at the 5100 block of Brookdale Drive location.

The suspect was identified as 37-year-old Brandon Milburn. He was described to be 6’1” and approximately 200 pounds. He may be armed and dangerous.

Milburn might be driving a 2013 silver or white Toyota Prius. The plate number is AEX868.

So far, police have not provided pictures of the child. Authorities said the suspect photo was taken in February of 2019. According to police, it is unclear what Milburn was last wearing. This story will be updated once additional photos are provided.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911.

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