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Police in Battle Creek concerned for the welfare of two missing children

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Posted at 4:22 PM, Jan 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-22 20:35:49-05

BATTLE CREEK — Police and the Department of Health and Human Services are asking for help of two missing children from the Battle Creek area.

Bentley Dunkelberger, 7 and Karley Dunkelberger, 9 are believed to be with their parents, Dennis and Rebecca Dunkelberger. Police say both parents can become violent when together, and the mother is reportedly schizophrenic.

They were last seen driving a black 2013 Kia Sorento with a Michigan license plate of 4LUZ90.

Police say court orders are not being followed by the parents and they say the children's safety is a concern.

Bentley is described as a white male, 3'8" and 46 lbs with curly brown hair, clothing is unknown, but does wear glasses and speaks with a stutter.

Karley is described as a white female, 3'10" and 61 lbs with long blonde, curly hair, clothing is unknown and she is diagnosed as Autistic.

Call Battle Creek police at (269) 966-3356 if you have any information.