Amber Alert for 3 Texas children believed to be in 'grave' danger continues into 7th day


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    Three children believed to be in "grave" and "immediate" danger are still missing after seven days.

    The Texas Department of Public Safety issued an Amber Alert last Saturday for three children believed to be abducted and last seen in Sealy, Texas around 8:15 a.m. on Highway 10.

    Police in Waterbury, Connecticut are searching for Maddison McGrath, 7, Dylan McGrath, 5, and Maryah Matthew, 2.

    Maddison McGrath is 4-feet tall, weighing 75 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a leopard print sweat suit.

    Dylan McGrath is 3-feet, weighing 45 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue and white sweater, blue pants with a white stripe and black shoes.

    Maryah Matthew is 2-feet, weighing 20 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a blue shirt, white t-shirt, white vest with gold hearts, blue pants and black boots with hearts.

    Authorities are searching for two suspects connected to the abduction. Crystal McGrath, 29, and Lestor Joy, 38, are the two suspects allegedly driving a 2002 maroon Volvo with a Connecticut license plate number of 417-YTY.

    Waterbury police told KTXS an Amber Alert was issued because the suspect's license plate was read somewhere in Texas.

    The Sealy Police Department told KTXS they believe the suspects drove through the Big Country.

    Call the Waterbury Connecticut Police Department at 203-574-6911 if you have any information about this abduction.

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