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We need our Christmas angels to help us out here. We can all try to imagine how heart wrenching it is for children to awaken Christmas morning without a parent there because they are missing, now try to imagine a mothers pain having to wake up Christmas morning with a child missing, ok, now multiply that times 3. We can never truly know that pain unless we have been there. Tanya will be waking up this Christmas with not only one but 3 of her children missing. Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton have been missing since November 25th of 2010. This means that Tanya has spent the last two Christmas holidays without her three beloved sons. The three young brothers were last seen with their father, John Skelton at his home in Morenci, who did not return the youngsters to their mother the day after Thanksgiving as he was supposed to, at which time they were reported missing. John Skelton subsequently attempted suicide and gave law enforcement a varying story of handing the young children over to a church lady and then he stated he turned them over to an organization. The three Skelton brothers have never been located nor heard from and the father is serving a prison sentence after being found guilty of unlawful imprisonment. The police are treating this case as a homicide. We need a Christmas miracle for Tanya so that she can have answers and have her son’s home for Christmas. Let’s try to prevent a third Christmas from passing by without Andrew, Alexander and Tanner. If you have any information about Andrew, Alexander and Tanner, please contact the Morenci Police at (517)458-7104. There is a $60,000 reward for information leading to the return or recovery of the Skelton brothers or information leading to the successful prosecution of the person/s responsible for their disappearance.