Four young siblings reported missing from their home in St. Anthony in the Twin Cities on Sunday morning have been located and are safe.
"All four children have been located. Thank you to all who were on the lookout and contributed to us finding them. A huge thank you to the Burnsville Police for their crucial role in locating the children," St. Anthony Police Department announced Saturday afternoon.
An alert was shared early Saturday by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension from the St. Anthony Police Department, noting that they were looking for four siblings aged 12-16.
They were identified 16-year-old Joshua Vanderslice, and 12-year-olds Rose Vanderslice, Katelyn Crosser, and Rosalina Crosser.
Prior to being found, they were last seen leaving their home on foot at around 5 p.m. Friday.