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Four Children Missing from Canton

CANTON, Miss.- The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has issued an Endangered/Missing Children Alert for four children. The children have been missing just over a week after Canton police said the parents took the children from the Department of Human Services’ custody.  

The children are identified as 5-year-old Jackelyn Belinda Gomez-Coronada, she is described as a Hispanic female with long black hair and black eyes (black shirt, yellow pants). One-year-old Mendy Coria-Coronado, who is described as a Hispanic female with short black hair and black eyes (pink shirt, blue pants). Two-year-old Evelin Fernanda Coria-Coronado, who is described as a Hispanic female with long black hair and black eyes (pink shirt, pony tail) and 6-year-old Kimberly Elizabeth Gomez-Coronado who is described as a Hispanic female with long black hair and black eyes (graduation gown).

Police believe they were taken by their step-father and mother who are identified as 24-year-old Fernando Coria-Pelay and 28-year-old Sonia Elisabeth Coronado, who are also Hispanic, during their scheduled visit with the kids. They were last seen Sunday, September 7th at 940 Oliver Street in Canton.

If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of these children or their parents, contact Investigator Eilarene Walker with the Canton Police Department at 601-859-2121.

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