UPDATE: 3:30PM - Virginia State Police have cancelled the Amber Alert for th two children who were reported missing. They have been found safe. The mother is in police custody.
The Virginia State Police have released a statement.
The Virginia State Police and the Virginia Missing Children Clearinghouse has issued an AMBER Alert on behalf of the City of Roanoke, VA for a child abduction that occurred on April 30, 2018.The children are believed to be in extreme danger and were last seen on Ravenwood Ave NW, Roanoke, VA on April 29, 2018 at 10 pm. Abducted are Bailey Myjoy Crumbly, Black, Female, long braided black hair, brown eyes, 5 years of age, 3 foot 5 inches tall, weighing 45 lbs and Gauge Misiah Clinton, Black, Male, short curly black hair, brown eyes 4 years of age, weighing 40 lbs.The children are believed to have been abducted by Camille Marie Crumbly, Black, Female, short black hair possibly wearing a pink wig, brown eyes, 5 foot 2 inches, weighing 165 lbs, piercings on right cheek.They may be traveling in a white 2018 GMC U-Haul rental pickup with Arizona tags AH96145 headed towards Indiana.For further information contact the Roanoke City Police Department at 540-853-2212 or visit www.vaamberalert.com
Roanoke Police need your help locating two missing juveniles.
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, but were missing from the home Monday morning.
They are believed to be with their mother, Camille Marie Crumbly, and her girlfriend, Tineshia Monae Mack. Crumbly is a non-custodial parent and is not allowed to have contact with the children. Crumbly is now facing charges of abduction and violation of court orders related to this incident. Both Crumbly and Mack have several active warrants unrelated to this incident.
They are believed to be traveling North towards Indiana in a white, 2018 GMC Sierra U-Haul pickup truck with Arizona license plates AH 96145. They may be traveling with at least one other juvenile. Anyone with information on their immediate location is asked to call 911 or our tip line at (540) 344-6681.