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Man's photo released in missing children alert case

Photo of Jordan and Taylor DeJerinett (Source: Ala. DPS) Photo of Jordan and Taylor DeJerinett (Source: Ala. DPS)
Jack Mac Girdner (Source: Ala. DPS) Jack Mac Girdner (Source: Ala. DPS)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The Alabama Department of Public Safety is issuing a statewide Missing Children Alert for two children taken from Lowndes County Sunday.

JORDAN & TAYLOR DEJERINETT, twins, were last seen in Hope Hull, Ala. on Sunday, June 3, 2012. Jordan was wearing a black shirt and badge shorts & Taylor was wearing a blue & white jump suit.

Taylor Alexanera DeJerinett is a 9-year-old African-American female. She is 4 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 50 pounds.

Jordan Alexander DeJerinett is a 9-year-old African-America male. He is 4 feet 1 inches tall and weighs 70 pounds. 

The children were in the company of JACK MAC GIRDNER, a man authorities describe as a "caregiver".

Jack Mac Girdner is 73-year-old white male. He is approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. He had blue eyes and white hair.

Mr. Girdner's white 1988 Mercedes 560 SEL is also missing. It has an Alabama license plate reading A-Y-5-0-7-9-0.

If anyone knows anything regarding the whereabouts of these children and Mr. Girdner, please contact the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office at (334) 548-2151 or dial 9-1-1.

We'll have additional information on this report as it becomes available. Please check back.

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