COLUMBUS, Ohio – Officials in Ohio are looking for four children who have been missing from their foster home since Wednesday, authorities said.
The children are from Columbus and have not been abducted, according to Franklin County Children Services officials.
Police said the children left the house around 9 p.m. on Wednesday, WBNS reported. They were reported missing the next morning after a review of security camera footage at the home, the television station reported.
The children’s names and descriptions are:
- Jamarion Ball, 12, brown hair; brown eyes; 5 feet, 1 inch tall; weighs 96 pounds; was last seen wearing a black jacket, gray hoodie, jeans and carrying a backpack
- Justice Baldwin, 10, black hair; brown eyes; 5 feet, 6 inches; weighs 80 pounds; was last seen wearing a multicolor hat and light gray coat, carrying a backpack
- Journey Ball, age 4, black hair; brown eyes; 3 feet, 6 inches tall; weighs 42 pounds; was last seen wearing a pink coat
- Royalty Ball, age 2, black hair; brown eyes; 3 feet tall; weighs 35 pounds; was last seen wearing a leopard print coat
If anyone has information about the children’s whereabouts, Franklin County Children Services asks them to Columbus police at 614-645-4545.
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