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UPDATE: 4 Boys Missing, Last Seen in Arab Alabama

WKRG Staff - Update Monday Dec. 11

The search continues Monday morning for four missing boys believed to be heading toward North Carolina.

According to Arab PD, Blount County Department of Human Resources advised the Arab Police that they had removed the children from Karissa Renee Cummings and Marcus Eugene Simmons on Thursday, December 7.

Mr. Simmons is the father of all of the children and Ms. Cummings is the mother of three of the children. DHR set up a safety plan with family members that live at the home on Cobb Road and the children were to remain with the family member until a temporary custody plan could be organized.

Arab PD believes that Mr. Simmons and Ms. Cummings took the children from the residence on Cobb Road on December 8, between midnight and 7 a.m.

ARAB, Ala. (WKRG) -- Alabama Law Enforcement Agency(ALEA) has issued a missing person alert for four boys from Arab, Alabama.

According to ALEA, 11-year old Ian Simmons, 5-year old Nicholas Simmons, 4-year old Alexander Simmons, and 1-year old Corbin Simmons were last seen on Friday December 8 in Arab, Alabama. 

Ian Simmons is described as a 4'5" white male, with blonde or strawberry hair, weighing 85 pounds, and blue eyes.

Nicholas Simmons is described as a 3'0" white male, with brown hair, about 35 pounds, and brown eyes.

Alexander Simmons is described as a 2'6" white male, with blonde or strawberry hair, about 30 pounds, and brown eyes.

Corbin Simmons is described as a 2'0" white male, with brown hair and brown eyes, weighing 25 pounds.

The boys left their residence in Arab on Friday and have not been seen since according to ALEA. The boys are believed to be traveling north toward North Carolina in a 2003 white Ford Windstar with the license plate of 8AJ1511.

Anyone with information on where the boys may be is asked to contact Arab Police Department (256) 586-8124.


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