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Police: 3 missing Harrisonville children believed to be with mom

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Jasper Davis is said to be 5'6" tall, 125 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes and a light complexion. He was last seen wearing a dark colored T-shirt with a white emblem on front. Jasper Davis is said to be 5'6" tall, 125 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes and a light complexion. He was last seen wearing a dark colored T-shirt with a white emblem on front.
Their mother is 44-year-old Sherri Lynn Davis or Sherri Lynn Oneil, who has no current address. Their mother is 44-year-old Sherri Lynn Davis or Sherri Lynn Oneil, who has no current address.
Jordan Davis is 5'6" tall, 175 pounds with brown hair, blue eyes and a light complexion. He was last seen wearing a blue T-shirt, dark blue shorts and flip flops. Jordan Davis is 5'6" tall, 175 pounds with brown hair, blue eyes and a light complexion. He was last seen wearing a blue T-shirt, dark blue shorts and flip flops.
Tabitha Davis is described as being 4'9" tall, 85 pounds with blonde hair, blue eyes and light complexion with freckles.  She was last seen wearing a blue T-shirt, blue jean shorts and Hello Kitty slippers. Tabitha Davis is described as being 4'9" tall, 85 pounds with blonde hair, blue eyes and light complexion with freckles. She was last seen wearing a blue T-shirt, blue jean shorts and Hello Kitty slippers.
HARRISONVILLE, MO (KCTV/AP) -

Authorities say three siblings missing from their home are believed to be with their mother, who does not have custody.

The Cass County sheriff's office is asking for help in locating 11-year-old Tabitha Davis, 14-year-old Jasper Davis and 15-year-old Jordan Davis.

The children's father, Jamie Davis, reported them missing Friday from their home in 26000 block of Skyline Drive in Harrisonville.

The children had an early release day from school, and their father had lunch with them at home. He left about 1:30 p.m. When he came back about 4:30 p.m., the children were gone.

Their mother is 44-year-old Sherri Lynn Davis or Sherri Lynn Oneil, who has no current address. The sheriff's office says she was last known to be traveling in an RV with Arizona license plates or a black Mercedes SUV with Alaska license plates. She may also be traveling with five German shepherd dogs.

The Missouri Highway Patrol issued an endangered person advisory Saturday for the children.

Deputies says the father has had full custody of the children since 2009. And the father doesn't believe that the mother would harm the children, which is why authorities have not classified the case as an Amber Alert.

But it has been four days now, and the fact that the children have not called, sent any text messages or contacted their father or anyone is concerning.

"Our only focus is located the children and identifying that they are safe. We're asking anyone with information to call us, including the mother. We need to know these kids are safe.  Everything else is secondary," Maj. Jeff Weber said.

Tabitha Davis is described as being 4'9" tall, 85 pounds with blonde hair, blue eyes and light complexion with freckles. She was last seen wearing a blue T-shirt, blue jean shorts and Hello Kitty slippers.

Jasper Davis is said to be 5'6" tall, 125 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes and a light complexion. He was last seen wearing a dark colored T-shirt with a white emblem on front.

Jordan Davis is 5'6" tall, 175 pounds with brown hair, blue eyes and a light complexion. He was last seen wearing a blue T-shirt, dark blue shorts and flip flops.

Any person seeing the three children are asked to immediately dial 911 or call the Cass County Sheriff's Office at 816-380-5200.

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