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Kidnapped Children With Ties to Ohio County Could Now Be in Michigan, Police Say

Police say a 16-year-old girl and a 3-year-old old boy who have been missing for over a week after being abducted by a family member could now be in northern Michigan.

Posted: Nov 15, 2021 12:56 PM
Updated: Nov 16, 2021 8:53 AM

Two kids who authorities have been searching for could now be in Michigan, according to new information released Monday.

Multiple agencies have been looking for 16-year-old Amber Clare of Ohio County, Kentucky, after she was last seen at her Beaver Dam home on the night of Friday, Nov. 5.

Authorities believe Amber Clare (L) and Noah Clare (R) were abducted by their uncle Jacob Clare

They believe Amber is in the company of her uncle Jacob Clare, who is also from Beaver Dam.

Jacob is wanted by authorities for custodial interference after he was supposed to drop off his 3-year-old son Noah Clare with family in Gallatin, Tennessee, but never did.

The Michigan State Police said Monday that Jacob, Amber, and Noah could now be in the area of northern Michigan near Harbor Springs.

Jacob is believed to be driving a silver Subaru Outback with Tennessee plate 42MY10.

Authorities are looking for a 2005 Subaru Legacy Wagon with a dent in the rear drivers-side and bumper stickers on the back - (Michigan State Police)

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Jacob or has seen him or the children is asked to call Gaylord Michigan Area Regional Dispatch at 989-732-5141.

Anyone with information can also call Ohio County Central Dispatch at 270-298-4411 or the Gallatin Tennessee Police Department at 615-451-3838.

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