4 children found safe after leaving Columbus foster home

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Four youngsters are presently with Franklin County Children Services (FCCS) in the wake of leaving their cultivate home on Dec. 9.

FCCS at first said it showed up the kids were snatched yet Columbus police later explained said that isn’t the situation.

 

Police said the kids went out around 9 p.m. on Dec, 9.

FCCS said the youngsters were accounted for missing on the morning of Dec. 10 after a survey of surveillance camera film at the home from the prior night.

Columbus police said the house is close to East Welch Avenue and South High Street.

The kids were situated on Sunday on the west side of Columbus by watch officials and got back to the guardianship of FCCS.

Police say each of the four youngsters are protected and the examination is progressing.

The kids’ names and depictions are:

Jamarion Ball, age 12, earthy colored hair, earthy colored eyes, 5’1″ tall, weighs 96 pounds, was most recently seen wearing a dark coat, dim hoodie, pants and conveying a knapsack

Equity Baldwin, age 10, dark hair, earthy colored eyes, 5’6″ tall, gauges 80 pounds, was most recently seen wearing a multicolor cap and light dim coat, conveying a knapsack

Excursion Ball, age 4, dark hair, earthy colored eyes, 3’6″ tall, weighs 42 pounds, last seen wearing a pink coat

Sovereignty Ball, age 2, dark hair, earthy colored eyes, 3′ tall, weighs 35 pounds, last seen wearing a panther print coat

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