Police Still Looking For Two Missing Children After House Fire

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 9/30/2012 11:54 pm

Authorities in Tennessee are asking Kentuckians for help finding two children who are still missing after a fire destroyed their home a week ago today.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued an amber alert Friday, after investigators said they found no evidence that the bodies of Chloie Leverette, 9, and her half-brother Gage Daniel, 7, were in the fire that killed their grandparents.

Police say a neighbor saw the children on the day of the fire about three hours before it happened and no one has seen them since.

Both of them lived with their grandparents in Unionville, Tennessee.

If you have any information about where they might be now, call police.

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