|Updated: 7/04/2012 5:29 pm
||Published: 7/04/2012 4:33 pm
Police across the state continue to search for Robby Almon and his three year-old daughter Chasity.
Tuesday afternoon, police say Almon fled after officers tried to serve a warrant to Almon. An Amber Alert has been issues for Chasity.
Chasity's maternal grandparents live in Mannford, and they know there's not much they can do in the physical sense to help find their granddaughter, but they're hoping social networks will be a tool that gets their granddaughter back in her mother's arms.
“There's really no words I can find that would describe what I am doing through right now,” Debbie Phillips told FOX23 on Wednesday.
Phillips is not having the Fourth of July she imagined.
“Never in my life did I think I would be spending it like this,” she said.
Instead she's spending almost every minute on Facebook.
“We've been on the computer non-stop.”
She's trying to get the word out about her granddaughter, Chasity, who police think is with her father, wanted fugitive Robby Almon.
“My whole mission on Facebook is to find Chasity,” Phillips said.
Police say Almon fled when they tried to serve a warrant for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon on Tuesday afternoon. Debbie says there have been some false statements posted about the search and she wants to clear the air.
“None of this, none of it has anything to with child support or custody,” Phillips said.
She is trying to get the right info in front of the entire state and country.
“We've posted FOX23's links and stories and we're just having everybody shares the stories because we have got to get the word out, somebody has got to see Robbie, they have got to see what he's driving. Just continuously click the share button, we have got to keep this on the front of everybody's homepage.”
She says sharing the info about Robby and Chasity on social media could be the difference between a happy and a tragic ending to this unfathomable experience.
“There's no telling what would happen to Chasity. We don't know if she's in a vehicle with air conditioning. We don't know if she's eaten. We just don't know.”
Even with all these unanswered questions and fears, Debbie will keep praying for the best outcome possible.
“We have a faith; we have a lot of faith, because right now that's what we're going on is faith.”
Almon may be driving a 2007 silver Chevy Silverado pickup with license plate number 225-FHP.
If you have any information about Almon or his daughter’s whereabouts, call 911 immediately.