3 teenage brothers missing in Washtenaw County, police seek help
Update: The three boys have been safely returned to their homes, the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office said.
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – State Police are seeking public assistance in their search for three missing teenagers who escaped from a foster home in Washtenaw County.
The boys, who are all brothers, may be at risk, the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release. They were last seen on Sunday, October 10, around 7:30 a.m. in the area of Butler and Talladay streets in Augusta parish, southeast of Saline, police said.
The brothers all ran away from foster families, police said. The Michigan State Police are searching for the three, the sheriff’s office said in the statement.
None of the agencies were available to answer additional questions about the circumstances surrounding the boys’ escape prior to the release.
MSP First District’s Brighton Post is investigating the whereabouts of the three boys and identifying them on Sunday evening. They are Martin Cadwell, 13, and Jabril and Jabrail Cadwell, who are 11-year-old twins.
You can find pictures of all three in this MSP post.
All three brothers are multiracial, police said, but failed to identify the two racial groups. The oldest brother has black curly hair, dark brown eyes, wears glasses and carried a black backpack, the police said. The other two boys both have curly black hair. One may have been carrying a blue blanket and a blue backpack, the police said.
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call MSP Brighton Post at 810-227-1051 or 911.
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