CASS COUNTY, Mo. - The three missing Harrisonville, Mo., teens have been found in Canada, according to Calgary, Alberta police.
According to a news release from the Calgary Police Service, the three children and their mother were found in a motorhome during a patrol.
Cass County Sheriff Jeff Weber said in a news conference Wednesday afternoon that the batteries from the three children's cell phones were taken out to prevent communication.
According to Weber, Canadian officials said they have no record of them crossing the border from the U.S. to Canada.
Earlier Wednesday, Cass County police announced that at least one teen was "positively identified" in Canada but were not sure which teen.
A Missing Persons Alert was issued after Tabitha Davis, 11, Jasper Davis, 14, and Jordan Davis, 15 went missing on Oct. 11.
The sibling’s father, Jamie Davis, said he last saw them Friday afternoon when he was home for lunch; the school had an early out. When he returned around 4 p.m., the children were gone.
Cass Co. Sheriff Jeff Weber said an Amber Alert was not issued because the situation did not meet the necessary criteria. Parental dispute does not apply unless the children are endangered. Jamie Davis does not believe Sherri would hurt the children.
This is a developing story. Stay with KSHB.com for updates.
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