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MIDDLESEX COUNTY, Va. -- The Middlesex Sheriff's Office has confirmed Daisy and Lily Foster and Branson Horton have been found safe.

The sheriff's office and Virginia State Police issued an alert for the missing children Monday night after a court ordered them removed from their parents.

Police have not released anymore information at this time.

Missing siblings

Branson Horton, Lily foster, Daisy Foster

The Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office was looking for 6-month-old Daisy Foster. She is described as being 23 inches tall, weighing around 15 pounds with blue eyes. Lily foster, 18 months old, is described as two feet tall, weighing 20 pounds with blue eyes. The oldest sibling, Branson Horton, is six years old. He is described as 3 feet 3 inches tall, weighing 30 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair.

The children were believed to be in danger and were last seen at 2737 Greys Point Road in Topping, Virginia.

Jesse Foster and Brittni Martin

Jesse Foster and Brittni Martin

State Police said the children were in the company of their parents Jesse Foster and Brittni Martin. There is a court order from Middlesex Jr court to remove the children from their parents’ custody.

If you see any of the children or the parents contact Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office at 804-758-2779 or the Virginia State Police 1-800-822-4453, (1-800-vachild).

Google Map for coordinates 37.598857 by -76.444269.

2737 Greys Point Rd, Topping, VA 23169

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