Police believe two kidnapping victims and the suspect may be on the way to Northern Michigan.

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The Michigan State Police Gaylord Post shared in a release that they are assisting agencies in Tennessee and Kentucky in locating 16-year-old Amber Clare and her 3-year-old cousin Noah Clare, who were abducted by a family member, 35-year-old Jacob Clare, of Beaver Dam, Kentucky.

MSP believe Jacob Clare may be headed to the Harbor Springs area in Northern Michigan.

The minors were reported missing Nov. 7.

According to WKRN in Nashville, Jacob is Amber's uncle and Noah's father,

Investigators believe Amber’s uncle Jacob Clare left Kentucky with her either late Friday, Nov. 5, or early Saturday, Nov. 6, to drop off his son Noah, who never arrived in Gallatin (Tennessee).

Authorities issued an Endangered Child Alert for Noah after Jacob failed to drop the child off with family. Initially Amber was considered a runway, police are now classifying her case as an Endangered Missing Child.

Courtesy MSP
Courtesy MSP

Clare is believed to be driving a silver Subaru Outback with Tennessee registration plates.

He is described as approximately 6' 8" and 180 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He has tribal tattoos across his left arm and shoulder.

Amber Clare is described as approximately 5' 7", 140 pounds with dirty blonde hair and green eyes.

Noah Clare is described as approximately3' 4" and 40 pounds, with short curly brown hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to call Gaylord Area Regional Dispatch at 989-732-5141 or call 911.

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