Siblings missing from Miami children’s home found

MIAMI, FL (WFLA) – Five siblings who have been reported missing from Miami-Dade County have been located. Police say the missing kids were ages 16, 14, 13, 6 and 5 years old. They went missing Thursday.

The five of them were in custody of Children’s Home Society to be processed for shelter placement when they walked out of the building without the case managers knowledge. The home is located at 10720 Caribbean Blvd in Miami. Here are the children’s descriptions:

Takira Kenterica Brown: 16-year-old black female, 5’06”, 110 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes. Unknown what she was last seen wearing.

Takiya Kentavia Brown: 14-year-old black female, 5’0”, 90 lbs., hair is braided. Last seen wearing denim button down shirt, blue leggings

Jeremiah Love Hightower: 13-year-old black male, 4’11”, 90 lbs. with an afro a hair style. Last seen wearing a white T-shirt with a graphic design, dark blue jeans.

Nehemiah Benjamin Brown: 6-year-old black male, 4’0”, 50 lbs. with a low-cut afro hair style. Last seen wearing a black T-shirt and sweat pants with Nike yellow neon lettering and black sneakers.

Tamyiah Keyondra Brown: 5-year-old black female, 4’0”, 35 lbs., hair is in a ponytail. Last seen wearing a pink T-shirt with graphics, light blue shorts and gold scandals.

The juveniles were located at 13 Street NW 6 Avenue in Florida City.

 

Takira Kenterica Brown, age 16.
Takira Kenterica Brown, age 16.
Takiya Kentavia Brown, age 14.
Takiya Kentavia Brown, age 14.
Jeremiah Love Hightower, age 13.
Jeremiah Love Hightower, age 13.
Nehemiah Benjamin Brown, age 6.
Nehemiah Benjamin Brown, age 6.
Tamyiah Keyondra Brown, age 5.
Tamyiah Keyondra Brown, age 5.

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