Update: The Johnson County Sheriff's Office reports that both juveniles have been located.
Earlier today the Johnson County Sheriff's Office posted on their Facebook page that they are looking for two runaway juveniles last seen yesterday around 2:00PM CDT in the 700 Block of NW 31Rd. The two juveniles are brothers and left the residence on foot.
Here is a description of the brothers:
Jay -13 year old white male, brown hair blue eyes, 5`3, 100lbs, wearing jeans, shirt and coat
Max -16 year old white male, brown hair, blue eyes, 5`7, 135 lbs, wearing black/white sweat pants and blue hoodie.
Anyone who has seen the brothers, or locates them is asked to call Johnson County Dispatch at 660-747-5511.
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