Albany Police Search for Missing Siblings
The Albany Police are asking anyone with information to reach out to them as they attempt to locate two siblings who went missing on Thursday morning. Perhaps you or someone you know, may have a tidbit of info that can help them out.
In a Facebook post, the Albany Police have informed the public that two missing siblings, ages 8 and 15 were last seen around 7:30 AM.
Ishari Crisp, an 8-year-old girl and her brother, Jaison, 15-years-old, left their home on Quail Street and have yet to return home. There is no word on where they were going or what their reason for leaving was, but the Albany Police have reported that they were last see walking westbound on Livingston Ave.
Both brother and sister are black, with dark hair and dark eyes.
Ishari is approximately 4 feet tall and 120 lbs and according to the police, she was last seen wearing a grey hoodie, blue pajamas and pink slippers.
The young man, Jaison, is approximately 5'5" and weighs roughly 200 lbs. The clothes he was reported to be wearing at the time of his disappearance is a black t-shirt, blue pants, and a camouflage backpack.
The Albany Police are asking that you reach out if you have any information on their whereabouts . The number for Albany Police Department at 518-438-4000.
Photos of the missing siblings are below:
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