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3 Michigan Boys Missing

MORENCI, MI (WTOL) - Law Enforcement officers in Michigan are looking for three boys reported missing Friday.  Five-year-old Tanner Lucas Skelton, seven-year-old Alexander William Skelton, and nine-year-old Andrew Ryan Skelton have been missing since late Thursday night or early Friday morning from 112 East Congress Street in Morenci, Michigan. 

John Skelton says he turned his children over to a woman named Joann Taylor who may be driving a white or silver minivan.  After turning the children over to this woman, the father tried to take his own life.  He is now in the hospital under observation.  The boys are described as follows:

Tanner Lucas Skelton:

White Male, Brown Hair & Blue Eyes

Age: 5

Height: 3'6"

Weight: 40lbs

Alexander William Skelton:

White Male, Brown Hair & Brown Eyes

Age: 7

Height: 3'9"

Weight: 45lbs

Andrew Ryan Skelton:

White Male, Brown Hair & Brown Eyes

Age: 9

Height:  4'1"

Weight: 57lbs

Skelton believes Joann Taylor is married to Mark Taylor who he believes is a pastor either in the Hillsdale or Jackson, Michigan areas. 

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of these three boys is asked to call the Morenci Police Department at 517-458-7104 or the Lenawee County Central Dispatch at 517-263-0524.  Stay with WTOL 11 for more on this breaking news story.

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