A teen boy and girl are absconding with a vehicle full of weapons
The Tennessee State Bureau of Investigation issued an alert to endangered children of 17-year-old brother Tabitha Marie Ciolkosz, who went missing from her home in Spring Hill on Saturday morning.
Ciolkosz is considered to be with Dawson Brink, 16, who appears to be disappeared from Indiana.
Brink reportedly picked a family car without a permit and was spotted leaving with the AR-15 pistol and a big number of armors.
Brink is driving his car with an invalid license
The Spring Hill Police Department said they were believed to be traveling in a 1996 white Dodge Dakota, under the Indiana brand TK396NNM.
Description of the suspect:
Ciolkosz is 5 feet 7 inches and approximately 140 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. Brink is 5 feet 6 inches, about 160 pounds, and has blond hair and brown eyes.
The duo’s last possible location was at 9 am Saturday morning, heading east on Interstate 40 about 30 miles west of Cookeville, Tennessee.
Ciolkosz went missing earlier also in January
According to the reports, Ciolkosz also absconded in January when she was still sixteen. She was found days later about 50 miles away in Giles county with an 18-year-old man accused of hosting a fugitive.
Anyone with information about Ciolkosz and Brink is required to call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.