LIMA, Ohio — Authorities searching for an Ohio woman who they say took her four children have found all of the children safe and unharmed.
Police in Lima say the four children, ages 8-13, were taken early Tuesday and authorities had warned they could be in danger.
Police say the children were found Tuesday afternoon in a house in Kenton and that the mother is in custody. The woman’s boyfriend also was arrested on a warrant.
Police say the mother who didn’t have custody of the children tried to flee with her boyfriend when authorities approached the house in Kenton.
A missing child alert had warned that the mother might be taking the children to Florida.
Editor’s note: The photos and names of the children have been removed from this story to help protect their identities moving forward.