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South Carolina children involved in custody dispute missing, believed to be headed to Memphis

WHBQ Memphis logo WHBQ Memphis 10/21/2021 FOX13 Memphis News Staff
Children are missing while involved in a custody dispute. Left to right: Michael Dione McGee, III, Gracy Ann McGee, Gerald J.L. McGee, and Michael Dion McGee. © ORANGBURG POLICE Children are missing while involved in a custody dispute. Left to right: Michael Dione McGee, III, Gracy Ann McGee, Gerald J.L. McGee, and Michael Dion McGee.

Children from South Carolina have gone missing and they are believed to be in Memphis.

Orangeburg Public Safety in Orangeburg, South Carolina, is asking for your help to find three children who were released to their father, Michael Dion McGee, by the mother, but have not been returned as of the agreed date, a release said.

PHOTOS: South Carolina children involved in custody dispute missing, believed to be headed to Memphis

All three children were taken from the mother on Oct. 2 and were supposed to be returned to her on Oct. 3.

According to a release, the agency responded to this incident for a custody dispute and at that time, the children were released by the mother to the father.

Officials said the children and their father could be travelling by bus, through Atlanta, with a final destination in Tennessee.

Any information or questions, contact Juvenile INV. Sam Jenkins at (803) 664-1347.

The photo below was taken the day the children were last seen by their mother.

Three children missing from South Carolina could be headed to Memphis. © Provided by WHBQ Memphis Three children missing from South Carolina could be headed to Memphis.

The children are:

  • Michael Dione McGee, III, 9, Black Hair (growing fade), Brown Eyes, 4ft 2in, 70 lbs.
  • Gracy Ann McGee, 7, Black Hair (two ponytails), Brown Eyes, 3ft 9in
  • Gerald J.L. McGee, 4, Black Hair (growing fade), Brown Eyes, 3ft

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