Police in Wisconsin are looking for three children in foster care who left school at the end of the day on Friday and haven’t been seen since.

Milwaukee Police say that 11-year-old Cedrion D. McCottry, 10-year-old Mercedes T. McCottry, and 7-year-old Cedrinique S. McCottry were last seen leaving Benjamin Franklin School Friday afternoon, WISN reported.

Police said the children share a biological mother and may have left because they wanted to be with their mother. The children do not have cell phones or any other way to track their location.

Milwaukee police said they don’t believe the children were abducted, nor do they believe they are in danger.

Cedrion and Mercedes were last seen wearing black t-shirts and black pants, while Cedrinique was wearing a pink shirt and was wearing glasses.

Anyone with information should contact the Milwaukee Police Sensitive Crimes Division at (414) 935-7405.

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[Featured image: Cedrion, Mercedes, and Cedrinique McCottry/Milwaukee Police Department]

Post source: Crime Online

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