Police in two different towns say all five children have been found after two silver alerts that were issued Friday morning.
Watertown police said they have located three children after their mother took them out of school yesterday and they had not been seen since.
Owen Brown, 6, Andrew Brown, 5, and Noelle Brown were last seen about 11:30 a.m. Thursday with their mother, Karen Dubrosky.
Police say Dubrosky was found in a safe location with her children and they are OK.
In Torrington, police there said they have located two sisters last seen Thursday morning.
Police were looking for 3-year-old Savannah Sturz and 5-year-old Ariana Sturz. The girls were last seen on Thursday around 10 a.m. with their aunt, Jennifer Wheeler, as they dropped their mom off at work.
Police said the aunt called around 5 p.m. to say she was bringing the girls home, but they never made it.
According to police, the children were located with their aunt in Torrington. They were not injured but were taken to the hospital to be checked out.
Anyone with information about their whereabouts should call Torrington police at 860-489-2000 or call 911.
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