The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued a missing child alert for four brothers who were last seen on Friday in Arab.
According to the Arab Police Department, The Blount Country Department of Human Resources placed the grandmother on a safety plan to remove Corbin Simmons,1, Nicolas Simmons 5,5 Alexander Simmons,4, and Ian Simmons,11, from their parents' home.
29-year-old white female who is 5'2, 160 pounds with brown hair, Carissa Rennee Cummings and 39-year-old white male who is 5'4 weighing 119 pounds Marcus Eugene Simmons are accussed of taking the four brothers from their grandmother's home around midnight on Friday without the grandmother's knowledge.
Police officials said Cummings and Simmons they didn't use forced entry and most likely had a key to the house. They believe they travelled to North Carolina or Georgia.
Corbin Simmons is 2'0 tall weighing 25 pounds.
Nicolas Simmons is 3'1 tall weighing 35 pounds.
Alexander Simmons is 2'6 tall weighing 30 pounds
Ian Simmons is 4'5 weighing tall 86 poinds.
Ian's photo is the only photo ALEA released at this time.
Anyone that has any information regarding their whereabouts is asked to contact the Arab Police Department at 256-586-8124.
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