Police say three children allegedly abducted from Tennessee may be brought to Minnesota
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Police say three children allegedly abducted from Tennessee may be brought to Minnesota

Police are asking the public for help in finding three young children who went missing on Tuesday under suspicious circumstances.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued a child endangerment alert that it suspects three children may be in the care of non-custodial parents.

Investigators confirm that Analia Essex is missing. The 6-year-old has brown hair and brown eyes. He is 4 feet tall and weighs 50 pounds.

Police are also looking for Abigail Nicole Christian, who is 2 years old and has blonde hair and blue eyes. He is 10 feet tall and weighs 35 pounds.

Michale Darrel Christian is 1 year old and is described as having brown hair and blue eyes. It weighs 25 pounds.

Authorities believe they are in the custody of Amanda Essex and Michale Darrel Christian, their parents.

According to the police, the couple lost custody of their children.

According to police, the children and their parents were last seen near Van Buren County, Tennessee.

Detectives say they may be driving to Minnesota in a white SUV.

TBI says Amanda Essex and Michale Darrel Christian are currently wanted for interference with custody of children.

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Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact the Maury County Sheriff’s Office at 931-388-5151.

You can also leave information at 1-800-TBI-FIND.