Police searching for 3 missing children last seen in NW Atlanta

ATLANTA – Police are searching for three children who disappeared in northwest Atlanta Thursday night.

Officials say 6-year-old Jayla McDaniel, 10-year-old Arthur Patterson, and 14-year-old Amiya Patterson were last seen by their mother around 3 p.m. Thursday at the park near their home on the 2200 block of Perry Blvd NW.

The three siblings were seen by surveillance cameras around 4:20 p.m. near the Circle K convenience store on the 1600 block of Hollywood Road. In the photo provided by police, the three children are walking down the sidewalk with another unknown child.

Surveillance footage of the last time Jayla McDaniel, Arthur Patterson, and Amiya Patterson were seen. (Atlanta Police Department)

Police have been searching for hours for Jayla, Author, and Amiya, but so far haven’t said if they have any leads as to where the three could be.

Family members sent out a call on FOX 5 begging the siblings to come back home.

“If y’all out there and you see us on the TV, please just come home,” the children’s grandmother Kim Patterson said. “We’re worried about you guys and we don’t know where you’re at. Please just come home.”

Six-year-old Jayla is described as being 4-feet-6-inches tall with a weight of 90 pounds. She has black braided hair with black beads and was last known to be wearing a pink shirt and blue jean shorts.

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Atlanta Police are searching for two sisters and their cousin who went missing together yesterday afternoon

Arthur, 10, was last seen wearing pajama pants of an unknown color. Police described him as being 5-feet-4-inches tall with a weight of around 114 pounds.

The oldest sibling, 14-year-old Amiya, is 5-feet-7-inches tall with a weight of 145 pounds. Police say she has black braided hair and was wearing a crop top.

If you have any information that can help police find the three critical missing children, call 911, the Atlanta Police Department’s Special Victim’s Unit at (404) 546-4260, or Crime Stoppers at (404) 577 – TIPS (8477).