Missing Roanoke children found safe; mother in custody

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ROANOKE, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia State Police cancelled an Amber Alert Monday after a boy and a girl who went missing from Roanoke were found safe. Their mother is now in police custody.

According to the alert, the children were discovered missing Monday morning just before 6 a.m.

4-year-old Gauge Misiah Clinton and 5-year-old Bailey Myjoy Crumbly had been last seen at their grandmother’s house in the 2900 block of Ravenwood Avenue NW in Roanoke Sunday night.

Investigators say the abductor was their mother, Camille Marie Crumbly.  According to Roanoke Police, Crumbly does not have custody and is not allowed to contact the children.

She was believed to be with her girlfriend, Tineshia Monae Mack. Crumbly was taken into custody.

They may be traveling in a 2018 Sierra U-Haul GMC, white, with Arizona tag AH96145 and are possibly headed to Indiana. Police say there may be at least one other child with them.

Anyone with information should contact the Roanoke Police Department at 1-540-344-6681 or Virginia State Police at 1-800-822-4453.    

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