Child's body found in Arkansas River

Search Continues for 2 Oklahoma Toddlers Missing for Over 48 Hours

Late Tuesday night, May 26, Wagoner and Muskogee County Emergency Management recovered a child's body from the Verdigris River.

Police haven't yet identified the bodies found, but said they could possibly be them.

Around 7:40 p.m. last night, a fisherman observed a body floating in the river near lock and dam No. 17.

The body removed from the water is that of a young female.

Police have released surveillance photos of the children inside the store around 8:30 a.m., and later walking alone in the Shoreline Apartments complex at around 10:30 a.m.

Miracle and Tony Crook have been missing since Friday. The siblings were later spotted on surveillance video from Friday morning at an area convenience store, and they were there with their mother, 24-year-old Donisha Willis-who does not have custody of them.

The new CCTV marks the last time the children were seen.

Willis is now booked in the Tulsa County jail for child endangerment.

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Two children went missing in Tulsa on Saturday.

"We do have video of the kids going down the embankment holding hands together and never reappearing", Tulsa police Chief Wendell Franklin said Tuesday.

Speaking to local media, Franklin acknowledged that the children may be dead.

'There's only two things that can happen here.

"We know there are a lot of questions about providing additional information about these missing children", TPD officials said. Investigators also searched cars entering and leaving the complex, along with trash cans.

'We are talking to every resident in the complex, knocking on every door, and chasing down every lead'.

People who have information and want to remain anonymous are asked to call Tulsa Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.

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