(Updated at 8 p.m. on September 16) Alexandria Police are reporting that the toddlers have been returned to their mother.
“Thanks to the assistance of everyone in the community the toddlers have been returned safely to their rightful custodial parent,” police said on social media.
The twin two-year-olds, Mariah and Bailey Fostion, went missing with their non-custodial father on August 29. No word as to whether the father, John Gaddy III, will face charges.
UPDATE:: Thanks to the assistance of everyone in the community we are happy to say the toddlers have been returned safely to their rightful custodial parent. pic.twitter.com/Cfpl50YjXq
— Alexandria Police (@AlexandriaVAPD) September 16, 2021
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