PHOTOS: What the Skelton brothers, who vanished 10 years ago, may look like today

Posted at 12:23 PM, Nov 25, 2020

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has released age progression photos of the Skelton brothers.

Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton disappeared from Morenci, Michigan, in November of 2010. At the time, Andrew was 9, Alexander was 7 and Tanner was 5.

The new photos show the brothers at what they may look like now at 19, 17, and 15 years old.

“I will never quit looking,” says Tanya Zuvers, the boys’ mother, in a press release. “I will continue to fight on their behalf for justice.”

The boys were last seen with their father, John, who claimed he gave them to an underground group.

Anyone who may have information is asked to call Michigan State Police at 517-636-0689 or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 800-843-5678.

“Every so often we’ll get a tip that makes a lot of sense to us,” said Detective Lieutenant Jeremy Brewer with the Michigan State Police in a press release. “We’ll throw everything at it, all our resources… If anyone recalls anything from 10 years ago, maybe about a blue Dodge Caravan over in [the Morenci, Michigan or Holiday City, Ohio areas], that would be helpful. We rely on the public quite a bit to be our eyes and ears on the ground.”