5 Cleveland Heights children reported safe after Statewide Amber Alert

Cordero and Ebony Boxley (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

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Cordero and Ebony Boxley (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

UPDATE @ 2:53 a.m.:

The Cleveland Heights Police Department reported that the children, believed to have been taken by their parents,  have been located and they are safe.

INITIAL REPORT:

The Cleveland Heights Police Department has issued an Amber Alert for five children believed to have been taken by their parents.

Cordero and Ebony Boxley, who are known to be drug users, are the suspects, according to missingkids.org and Cleveland-area media.

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Aniah Moten (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

Aniah Moten (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

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Aniah Moten (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

The parents, 32 and 30 years old, reportedly were last seen at their home in Cleveland Heights on Thursday after they learned Cuyahoga County Children and Family Services case workers were coming to take custody of the children, according to the Cuyahoga County Department of Public Safety and Justice Services.

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Cordero Boxley II (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

Cordero Boxley II (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

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Cordero Boxley II (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

The children are Gemma Boxley, 3; Cordero Boxley III, 5; Ann Boxley, 9; Cordero Boxley II, 10; and Aniah Moten, 15.

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Ann Boxley (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

Ann Boxley (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

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Ann Boxley (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

The family likely is in a tan 2006 Dodge Caravan bearing license plate number J553273.

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Cordero Boxley III (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

Cordero Boxley III (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

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Cordero Boxley III (Courtesy/missingkids.org)

There was no photo of Gemma Boxley available.

According to authorities, the parents area wanted on drug charges.

It’s not yet clear where the family was headed, according to reports out of the Cleveland area.

Anyone who has information is urged to call 9-1-1 or the Cleveland Heights Police Department at 216-321-1234.

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