Missing mother, six children from Putnam, Connecticut found

Connecticut

UPDATE: According to officials, the silver alert for Jenna, Patrick, Brendon, Heather, Sarah and Kerry has been cancelled. More details will be revealed soon.

PUTNAM, Conn. (WWLP) – Police in Connecticut are searching for a mother and her children after the kids didn’t show up to school this week, according to NBC Connecticut. 

NBC Connecticut is reporting that the Putnam Police Department is searching for 47-year-old Heidi Boyle and her six children, 17-year-old Jenna Stebbins, 13-year-old Patrick Stebbins, 10-year-old Brendon Stebbins, 8-year-old Heather Stebbins, 6-year-old Sarah Stebbins, and 18-month-old Kerry Stebbins. 

Police believe Boyle may have left the state to avoid DCF intervention. 

There is currently no criminal element to their investigation, according to NBC Connecticut. Officers only want to check on the family and make sure they are okay.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Putnam Police Department at 860-928-6565 or click here to email them. You can remain confidential.

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