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AMBER Alert: Missing boys spotted in Jackson, TN

Daniel, 7, and Benjamin, 9, were last seen December 23. Daniel, 7, and Benjamin, 9, were last seen December 23.
A federal warrant was issued for Daniel Cleary on Friday, December 28. A federal warrant was issued for Daniel Cleary on Friday, December 28.
The missing boys were spotted in Jackson, TN The missing boys were spotted in Jackson, TN

UPDATE: Roswell police said officers found the two brothers from Suwanee who were the subject of a nationwide Amber Alert. They were found unharmed in Austin, TX, according to police. Click here for more.

(WMC-TV) – Two boys are missing out of Roswell, Georgia and investigators believe they were taken by their father.

Daniel and Benjamin Cleary went missing on December 23 and were recently spotted in a Wal-Mart store in Jackson, Tennessee.

A federal warrant was issued for their father, also named Daniel, on Friday, December 28.

Detectives believe the three may be driving a silver 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee, with Georgia tags that read 10742627. They may be towing a light-colored enclosed trailer with one axle.

They may travel to Reno, or Tahoe, Nevada, or Deltona, Florida.

Benjamin, 9, is Caucasian with light brown hair, brown eyes and he weighs about 66 pounds.

His brother, Daniel, who also may go by the name Henry, also has light brown hair and brown eyes. He is 7 years old and weighs about 60 pounds.

Daniel has a scar on his right index finger. Benjamin has a six inch scar on the back of his hamstring.

Their father is 46 years old with brown eyes and gray hair. He is about six feet tall and weighs about 240 pounds.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of these boys, you are asked to call Atlanta Crime Stoppers at 404-577-TIPS.

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