Police: Parents without custody abduct 2 children in the Bronx
Police say two children have been abducted Monday night in the Bronx.
They say the parents, who abducted the children, do not have custody.
Police say the kids originally lived in Virginia with their grandparents, and that they were visiting their other grandparents in the Bronx Monday night.
Investigators were seen talking to the Bronx family Monday night, who say they drove down from Virginia Thursday night and picked the three kids, ages 2, 4 and 5 and drove back Friday.
The grandmother, Latisha Beretervide, says when the parents came, they only took two of the kids, leaving the oldest asking where his siblings were.
Beretervide also tells News 12 they had plans of taking them to the Bronx Zoo this week because it just reopened
“You’re not helping yourself by doing this. I don’t know what you were thinking. I have no idea what you were thinking. You already know the situation you’re in you just added so much more onto your problems. Just bring the kids back. Either take them to Virginia or bring them back here, but bring the kids back, you’re not helping yourself. You have a son, you just left your son, what mother does that?” said Beretervide.
They say the kids were taken by their parents in a Toyota.