Amber Alert out of Roanoke

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Virginia State Police have canceled an Amber Alert after two children reported missing Monday morning were found.

According to a social media post from the Roanoke City Police Department, they were stopped in OH by law enforcement.

According to police, 5-year-old Bailey M. Crumbly and 4-year-old Gauge M. Clinton were last seen at their grandmother's house in the 2900 block of Ravenwood Ave NW Sunday night.

The mother is facing charges of abduction in connection to this case.

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Investigators said it is possible they are headed for Indiana. "She has brown eyes, is 5'2" and weighs 165 pounds with piercings on her right cheek.

Police say both Crumbly and Mack have several active warrants unrelated to this incident. Clinton is described as 3-foot-1, 40-pound black male with short curly hair and brown eyes. They may have been traveling with a third child. Their abductor is believed to by Camille Marie Crumbly.

Virginia State Police said the children and their mother may be traveling in a white 2018 GMC Sierra U-Haul with Arizona license plate AH96145.

"The girl was said have long braided black hair, brown eyes, is 3'5" tall and weighs about 45 pounds. Anyone with information on their location is asked to contact the Roanoke City Police Department at 540-853-2212.

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