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Twins Caitlyn and Carrley Blythe taken by mother, RCMP believe

10/15/2014 04:59 EDT | Updated 12/15/2014 05:59 EST
RCMP in Saskatchewan have issued an Amber Alert for twins Caitlyn and Carrley Blythe, 10, who they believe have been taken by their mother Beverly Blyth, 49.

The Amber Alert was issued Wednesday at the request of the Turtleford RCMP detachment. Turtleford is about 225 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon. The missing children are from Paradise Hill, which is another 50 kilometres northwest of Turtleford.

No pictures of the children were immediately available. RCMP described them as follows:

- Caitlyn is white, four feet tall, with shoulder-length auburn hair. She has blue eyes and wears glasses.  Her left ear is pierced. 

- Carrley is white, and is four feet six inches tall, with shoulder-length auburn hair. She has blue eyes and wears glasses. Both her ears are pierced. 

RCMP said the girls are described as having poor teeth. They were last seen on Tuesday in their home in Paradise Hill around 11:30 a.m. CST.

Taken by mother, RCMP say

Police said they believe the children were taken by their mother, who is 49 years old, about five feet and one inch tall, 121 pounds, with shoulder-length grey and white hair. She wears glasses. Her right eye often is squinted so that it appears almost closed. She has pierced ears.

The suspect may be driving a silver 2007 Chevy Silverado, with Saskatchewan plate 420 FHT.

If you have information, call 1-877-SOAMBER or 1-877-762-6237.

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