Search Continues for 2 Oklahoma Toddlers Missing for Over 48 Hours

Authorities in Oklahoma are continuing their search for two young siblings from Tulsa, who were last seen by a family member Friday morning, according to a police statement.

Miracle Lashay Crook, 2, and Tony Demone Crook, 1, were last seen on surveillance footage at an area convenience store, reportedly together with their mother Donisha Willis, Tulsa Police Department (TPD) officials said on Facebook.

Officials released a statement obtained by FOX23, which says investigators attempted to ask Willis about her missing children but she refused to give any information, saying the children “don’t even matter,” according to the report.

Willis has been booked in the Tulsa County jail for child endangerment, the outlet reported.

“We know there are a lot of questions about providing additional information about these missing children,” TPD officials said. “At this time, this does not rise to the level of an Amber Alert.”

“We are still gathering information and will update when it become available,” the department wrote on Facebook, adding in an update on Sunday that a dive team is currently searching nearby ponds “surrounding the apartment complexes where these two children were last seen.”

“Please continue to share these posts and get the word out,” the department wrote. “Help us find Miracle and Tony Crook.”

Authorities are asking that anyone with information on the children’s whereabouts to call (918) 596-9222.