Amber Alert Issued for Missing Suwanee Youths

The Cleary brothers are believed to be with their father, who lives in Roswell.

Authorities issued an Amber Alert on Thursday (December 27) for two missing Suwanee boys who had been visiting their father in Roswell.

Media and police reports say that Ben Cleary, 9, and Henry Cleary, 7, were believed to be with their father, Daniel Cleary of Roswell. The youths reportedly spent Christmas break with their father, but had not been returned to their mother by Wednesday afternoon.

Authorities believe Daniel Cleary may be headed for Tennessee.

“I last heard from them on the 22nd of December,” Theresa Nash told WSB-TV. “Since then, his phone has been shut off. I got suspicious when I didn’t hear from them by the end of the day Christmas.”

Another media report said Daniel Cleary had planned to take the boys to an aquarium in Tennessee.

According to Roswell Police, Daniel Cleary, 46, is 6 foot and weighs 220 pounds. He has medium-length gray hair and brown eyes. Ben Cleary was last seen wearing a light blue winter vest. He weighs 66 pounds and is 4-foot-8. Henry Cleary weighs 60 pounds and is 4-foot-5. He was also last seen wearing a light blue winter vest.

Daniel Cleary is believed to be in a silver Jeep Grand Cherokee, temporary tag number 10742627. He may be traveling on Interstate 40 near Nashville.

Anyone with information is asked to call Roswell Police at 770-640-4160.

The alert was issued by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

-- Material from Roswell Patch was used in this report.

-- Do you know anything about these youths or this case? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

spalmisano December 29, 2012 at 06:34 AM
For the love of god, take your children home before something bad happens! Please im sure your wife and you can work something out. Its whats best for the children that matters, right?
Steve Burns December 29, 2012 at 10:41 AM
Thanks. There has been an update on this case; check the homepage again.


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