Detroit Police have located a mother and her two children who were reported missing Friday night.
Ashley Forehand, 27, and her children, 1-year-old Amari and 2-year-old Autum Robinson were reportedly last seen by the children's father, Demell Robinson, at a gas station in Detroit.
The father was notified by police on Saturday afternoon that they have located the mother. The children will be reunited with the father and the mother will be taken to a local hospital to be evaluated.
Robinson told police that he had met with Forehand on Friday to give her food and gas money, and that was the last time he saw her and the children.
Forehand left the gas station from the 8300 block of Woodward in a black, 2006 Jeep Liberty.
Police say this is not the first time Forehand has gone missing, and that she suffers Schizophrenia and Bipolar disorder.
Forehand has red hair and brown eyes, and was last seen wearing a white top, black spandex style shorts and white flip flop sandals.
Amari has brown eyes, brown curly hair, medium complexion skin.
Autum has brown eyes, and black braided hair. The description of the two children's clothing is unknown.
If you have any information, contact the Detroit Police Department's Second Precint at 313-596-5201.