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Police asking for help to find missing Marysville brothers

Police asking for help to find missing Marysville brothers
MARYSVILLE, Wash. -- Marysville police are looking for two young brothers who were last seen early Sunday morning.

The brothers, ages 2- and 3-years old, live with their grandmother in Marysville. Their mother, 30-year-old Tara M. Anderson-Miller, had recently been released from jail and was staying with the grandmother in order to visit her kids, according to police.

Sometime in the early hours of Sunday, police say she left the home with the two boys, 3-year-old Malakai and 2-year-old Makai Miller.

Anderson-Miller is homeless, has drug dependency issues and isn't fit to care for the boys, according to police. The boys' grandma has legal guardanship of the kids.

Both boys were last seen wearing gray/blue/yellow jackets. Malakai was also wearing black and gray sweatpants with black and blue tennis shoes, while Makai was wearing tan pants and orange and gray shoes.

Anderson-Miller is described as a white woman who stands 5'5" tall with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing black Nike yoga pants, a pink tank top, and a black North Face jacket.

Anyone who believes they have located the boys are asked to call 911 immediately. Any other information that may be helpful to police are asked to call detective Craig Bartl at 360.363.8350.