Police: 3 Missing Siblings Believed To Be with Mom
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HARRISONVILLE, Mo. (AP) - Authorities in western Missouri are searching for three missing siblings who are believed to be with their mother, who doesn’t have legal custody of them.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has issued an endangered person advisory for 11-year-old Tabitha Davis, 14-year-old Jasper Davis, and 15-year-old Jordan Davis. The children’s father reported them missing Friday from their Harrisonville home.
The Cass County Sheriff’s Office said in a release that the children may be with their mother, 44-year-old Sherri Lynn Davis, who is also known as Sherri Lynn Oneil. The sheriff’s department said the mother was last known to be traveling in a recreational vehicle with Arizona license plates or a black Mercedes SUV with Alaska license plates. She may also be traveling with five German shepherd dogs, according to the sheriff’s office.
The children, who were last seen Friday afternoon, were not home when their father returned from work, the sheriff’s office said.
The case did not meet the criteria for an Amber Alert on Friday. The sheriff’s office asked the highway patrol to issue the endangered person advisory Sunday after exhausting investigative leads.
The sheriff’s office asks anyone with information to call 816-380-5200.
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