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Search Continues For Missing Florida Boys

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Updated: 4/05/2013 6:45 pm
The truck that may have been carrying two missing boys out of Florida, who may have been seen in Kentucky, was found abandoned in Florida Thursday night.

On Thursday, police said there were reports that the truck was seen traveling at a high rate of speed on I-75 near Richmond.

Police said the abandoned truck belongs to Joshua Hakken, who is the missing children's father. Chase Hakken,2, and Cole Hakken,4,  were still in their pajamas Wednesday when they were taken from their home by their biological parents. Police said the father lost custody of his children last year after a drug possession arrest, and the grandmother was awarded custody. Detectives said the children's father recently bought a 25-foot sailboat, and they are now trying to locate the boat.
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