Arab Police Department search for four missing boys

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Arab, Ala. (WIAT) – Earlier today, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued a missing child alert for four brothers from Arab, Ala.

Four brothers, Corbin Simmons, 1 years old; Alexander Simmons, 4 years old; Nicholas Simmons, 5 years old; and Ian Simmons, 11 years old; were last seen at the 300 block of Cobb Road on Friday, December 8.

According to Arab PD, Blount County Department of Human Resources advised the Arab Police that they had removed the children from Karissa Renee Cummings and Marcus Eugene Simmons on Thursday, December 7.

Mr. Simmons is the father of all of the children and Ms. Cummings is the mother of three of the children. DHR set up a safety plan with family members that live at the home on Cobb Road and the children were to remain with the family member until a temporary custody plan could be organized.

Arab PD believes that Mr. Simmons and Ms. Cummings took the children from the residence on Cobb Road on December 8, between midnight and 7 a.m. They also believe Mr. Simmons and Ms. Cummings may be traveling to North Carolina or Georgia. They may be traveling in a 2003 white Ford Windstar, with the license plate of 8AJ1511.

Corbin Simmons is 2 feet tall, weighs about 25 pounds and has brown hair.

Alexander Simmons is 2 feet 6 inches, weights about 30 pounds and has strawberry blonde hair.

Nicholas Simmons is 2 feet 6 inches, weighs about 35 pounds and has brown hair.

Ian Simmons is 4 feet 5 inches, weighs about 85 pounds and has strawberry blonde hair.

Arab PD asks if the public has any information, to please contact the police department at (256) 586-8124.

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