Missing Roanoke children found, mother arrested after Amber Alert

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ROANOKE, Va. (WHSV) — UPDATE (3:10 p.m.):

The AMBER Alert issued for two children who were reportedly abducted from Roanoke has been canceled.

The children were found safely and their mother, Camille Crumbly, has been taken into custody.


An Amber Alert has been issued for two children missing from the Roanoke area of Virginia.

According to police, 5-year-old Bailey M. Crumbly and 4-year-old Gauge M. Clinton were last seen at their grandmother's house in the 2900 block of Ravenwood Ave NW Sunday night.

Police say the children are believed to be with their mother, Camille Marie Crumbly, and her girlfriend, Tineshia Monae Mack.

According to police, Crumbly is a non-custodial parent and is not allowed to have contact with the children. She has an extensive criminal record, according to public documents.

Crumbly is now facing charges of abduction and violation of court orders related to this incident.

Police say both Crumbly and Mack have several active warrants unrelated to this incident.

They are believed to be traveling north towards Indiana.

Police say they are expected to be in a white, 2018 GMC Sierra U-Haul pickup truck with Arizona license plates AH 96145.

Also, they may be traveling with at least one other juvenile.

Gauge is described as standing 3-feet, 1-inch tall and weighing about 40 pounds with short, curly black hair, brown eyes, and moles on the right side of his neck.

Bailey is described as standing 3-feet, 5-inches tall and weighing about 45 pounds, with long, braided black hair and brown eyes.

Crumbly is described as a black woman standing 5-feet, 2-inches tall, weighing 165 pounds, with short black hair, brown eyes and a possible pink wig. She has a piercing on her right cheek and was last seen driving the U-Haul.

Crumbly has an extensive criminal record.

If you have any information on their location, you are asked to call 911 immediately.