MORENCI, Mich. (WXYZ) - The Morenci Police Department is launching a new effort to find the three missing Skelton brothers.
In cooperation with the Toledo ABC affiliate, the Department and the Skelon Investigation Task Force has created a series of Public Service Announcements designed to get the word out about the missing boys.
YOU CAN WATCH THE PSA IN THE VIDEO PLAYER TO THE LEFT
Morenci Police are asking the media to place the PSAs on their websites and air them where possible.
Alexander, Andrew and Tanner Skelton have been missing since Thanksgiving Day. Their father, John, has been locked up since shortly after they disappeared. He was the last person to see them, and has told police that he gave them to an "organization" to keep them safe. He has maintained that they are still alive.
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