Two missing endangered children who were with their non-custodial parents found safe

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UPDATE: As of 8:20 p.m. Thursday, officials say the two children have been found and are safe. 

ALVA, Okla. – The Woods County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two missing endangered children who officials say are with their non-custodial parents.

Thursday in a press release, officials said the children have been with their non-custodial parents since October 24.

Thursday, officials announced they are looking for 9-year-old Coby Glitsch and 14-month-old Broady Richardson.

Coby Glitsch

Authorities do not have a clothing description for Coby. However, they say Broady has brown hair, a shunt on the side of his head and a colostomy bag. They say he also cannot sit alone.


Officials say the two children are with their non-custodial parents, Christina Richardson and Cody Glitsch.

They may be driving a 1999 black Ford Explorer or a black Chevy Trailblazer.

If you see them or know where they are, call 911 immediately.

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