Oregon DHS Searching for Missing Twins Babies From North Portland

The Oregon Department of Human Services says it is looking for twin babies who have gone missing and could be in danger.

Jacob and Jacobi Wade, both 5 months old and their parents, Alexis and William Wade were last seen in North Portland on March 24.

The couple might take the twins out of state. They might go to Washington, D.C., for example.

The Child Welfare Division of DHS thinks the babies may be in danger, so they are looking for the family to see if they are safe.

Oregon DHS Searching for Missing Twins Babies From North Portland

β€œAnyone who suspects they have information about the location of the [twins] or Alexis and William Wade should call 911 or the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline at 1-855-503-SAFE (7233).”

Jacob is a little bit bigger than his brother, Jacobi, who is 7.6 pounds and Jacob is 8 pounds.

Below a Twitter post is given related to this news-

The Oregon DHS has more:

When a child is missing, they may be in serious danger and ODHS may need to find them to check on their safety and help keep them safe.

As ODHS does everything it can to find these missing children and figure out if they are safe, there may be times when it is decided that media alerts are needed. In these situations, a child may go missing more than once, causing the media to send out more than one alert about the same child.

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Call 1-855-503-SAFE to report child abuse to the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline (7233). You can call the Oregon Department of Human Services at this toll-free number 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year to report child abuse or adult abuse.

Anya K.

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