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CRIME ALERT: Teen mother and infant missing, endangered

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BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. (KMSP) -

UPDATE: Shatearra Nash, Maggie Nash and Shandrel Nash were located in Hudson, Wis. on  Wednesday morning.

The Brooklyn Center Police Department is asking the public to help them find two missing and endangered children, 17-year-old Shatearra Nash and her 9-month-old daughter, Maggie Nash.

According to police, the baby girl has a serious medical condition that requires daily care. Both are believed to be in the company of a man who is a relative but police say poses a risk to their safety. Officers identified that man as 38-year-old Shandrel Nash, but they did not disclose how he is related to the missing children.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is urged to call 763-525-6215 or 911.

According to police, the trio is believed to be preparing to travel for Georgia or Florida, and may already be en route; however, they have no known vehicles and could be hitch-hiking. Police say they are known to frequent discount hotels and use business phones at gas stations or other public phones, and they urge health care professionals to be alert since they may seek medical care and treatment for the infant.

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