You daughter needs legal help to assert her rights as a parent. The police cannot help you because this is a civil matter, not a criminal matter.
You do not say if the alleged father is listed as father on the birth certificate. If he signed an acknowledgment of paternity, and the acknowledgment was recorded with the Oklahoma Department of Health, he has all the legal rights of a father. If he is not on the birth certificate, he is out of line taking and keeping the child.
Your daughter needs to file a petition to establish parentage, if necessary, as well as custody, parenting time and child support. the Oklahoma Department of Human Services has an Office of Child Support Services that can help with child support, but not with the custody or visitation issues. You are on your own in that regard, and I urge you to get legal assistance promptly. Contact the Oklahoma County Bar Association lawyer referral service, or get a referral to a family law attorney.
The "father's" actions will not serve him well in court. You will have to take the initiative to get the case to court. Good luck.
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