3 children missing in Georgia found safe in Indiana

3 children missing in Georgia found safe in Indiana
LEFT: Meadow Lin Gentry, Autumn Leann Gentry, & Kole Aaron Gentry RIGHT: Marshall Aaron Gentry. (Source: Georgia State Patrol)

CAMDEN CO., Georgia (WBRC) - UPDATE: The three Camden County, Georgia children at the center of an Amber Alert have been found safe in Indiana, according to the Camden County Sheriff’s Office.

They originally reported 6-year-old Meadow Lin Gentry, 5-year-old Autumn Leann Gentry, and 3-year-old Kole Aaron Gentry were taken on Wednesday by 26-year-old Marshall Aaron Gentry.

CCSO confirms Indiana law enforcement found all members of the family safe. Indiana law enforcement continue to investigate to determine if all voluntarily left the Camden County area.

ORIGINAL: An Amber Alert out of Georgia for three children believed to be with a heavily armed man.

Camden County Sheriff's deputies are looking for Meadow Gentry, 6, Autumn Gentry, 5, and Kole Gentry, 3.

There were last seen on Feb 26, 2020, in St. Mary’s, GA.

According to Georgia Bureau of Investigations the children were abducted by Marshall Arron Gentry, 26, and are believed to be in extreme danger.

According to our Fox affiliate in Georgia, investigators say the suspect is “known to be suicidal and heavily armed.”

Investigators believe they are in a 2019 black Toyota Tundra with Georgia license plate #RTQ7135.

If you have any information on their whereabouts call the Camden County Sheriff’s Office at 912-510-5100 or the GBI tip-line at 1-800-597-TIPS.

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