DEVELOPING STORY Mobile police are looking for two children who were reported missing after a man in Kentucky told police they were dead.
MOBILE, Alabama – Mobile police are looking for two children who were reported missing after a man in Louisville, Kentucky told police the kids were dead. Natalie Deblase, 5, and Jonathan Deblase, 3, were last seen in Mobile more than four months ago, but police have not been able to account for their whereabouts since then. The children were listed as residents at the Peach Place Extended Stay Inn on Jeff Hamilton Road in West Mobile along with John Deblase, 27, and Heather Leavell-Keaton, 22. The family moved out of the apartment on July 23 and left a forwarding address in Rome, Georgia. Management at the apartment complex remember seeing the little girl, but tell News Five they do not remember ever seeing the boy.
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