DETROIT, MI. (THECOUNT) — Police have named Wendy Harris, the grandmother of Detroit girls, Envi McClin and Montashia Brown, as the individual they believe may be illegally harboring the missing youths.
McClin, 12, and Brown, 9, were last seen Monday while taking the trash to the curb in the 4300 block of Chrysler Drive, in Midtown, Detroit, MI.
The missing children are believed to be with their maternal grandmother, 53-year-old Harris, who went missing the same day, police say.
Police say the girls do not have a history of running away.
Envi is 12-years-old. She is 4’11” and weighs around 93 pounds. She has a light brown complexion, brown eyes, and black hair in a single ponytail with a white headband.
She was last seen wearing a dark blue shirt, a pink jacket, blue jeans, and pink gym shoes.
Montashia is 9-years-old. She is 4’8″ and weighs about 95 pounds. She has a light brown complexion, brown eyes, and black hair in a bun with a red headband.
She was last seen wearing a black and white Mickey Mouse shirt, black stretch pants, and black & white Jordan gym shoes.
Police believe the girls are in the Flint or Detroit area.
Envi McClin and Montashia Brown are reported to have never returned from taking the trash in the 4300 block of Chrysler near Midtown Detroit. They are believed to be with Wendy Harris, 53. Police say Harris has also been missing since the children went missing. source
Anyone with information about their current location should contact the Detroit Police Department third Precinct at 313-596-1340 immediately.