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Woodward Police Looking For Missing Woman, Children

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Woodward police are looking for a 5-year-old girl who is considered endangered, authorities reported. Woodward police are looking for a 5-year-old girl who is considered endangered, authorities reported.
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Woodward police are looking for two missing children likely traveling with their mother. 

Police are looking for 25-year-old Brittany Woolery and her children, 5-year-old Peyton Upchurch and 4-year-old Kennedy Upchurch, according to the Woodward News. Woolery was supposed to turn Peyton over to the child's father on a temporary custody order on Monday, but she didn't show up, officials said.

Authorities said they may be in a white, Ford Taurus or possibly a black four-door vehicle, and could be headed to Texas, Nebraska, or Oklahoma City. 

The Woodward News reported that a complaint was filed with the city police concerning Peyton Upchurch and a statewide alert was sent out. The complaint on Kennedy Upchurch missing was originally made through Woodward County and not part of the original alert.

Anyone with information about the children is asked to call 911 or Woodward police at (580) 256-2280.

Stay with us for updates. 

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