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Three missing children last seen in Tucson

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Posted at 6:50 PM, Mar 01, 2023

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Three children from Tucson were last seen Jan. 18, 2023, according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

The Center says 12-year-old West Amiya, 10-year-old Mayra and 7-year-old Wyatt Robinson may be in the Eloy area or farther away in Astoria, Oregon.

Tucson police told KGUN 9 the incident was reported to them, but the case is spearheaded by the Arizona Department of Child Safety, which is attempting to remove the kids from their mother via court order.

Each of the children is described by the Center as the following:

  • Amiya is 4'8", 110 pounds, brown hair and green eyes
  • Mayra is 4'8", 100 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes
  • Wyatt is 4'3", 55 pounds, blonde hair and hazel eyes

They may also be with their mother Raina Robinson.

Anyone who has seen the children is encouraged to call 1-800-843-5678 or the Tucson Police Department.

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Marcos Icahuate joined the KGUN team in September 2022. He previously worked on digital content in Southern California's Imperial County where he was raised.