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(Photo: Port Townsend Police)

Report: Port Townsend boys found safe, mother in custody

UPDATE: police have reportedly found the two boys safe in Mason County with their mother, who was taken into custody.

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Police in Port Townsend have reportedly issued an endangered missing person advisory for two children believed to have been taken by their mother, according to KING-TV.

Officers were attempting to arrest Mary E. Hos at her home on an outstanding warrant when a neighbor told them she had left the area with her two sons.

The boys' father reportedly has not seen the children since April 17 around 6 p.m.

Police believe Hos is trying to avoid being located. The two boys are 4-year-old Kohl Yackulic and 8-year-old Caden Yackulic. Police are concerned about their well-being.

Hos has multiple arrest warrants and is suspected of using methamphetamine. She is believed to be driving a maroon 1988 Honda Accord sedan with license plates 843-XWL.

Call 911 immediately if you spot the car or boys and mother.


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