Waterbury PD: 3 silver alerts posted for young Waterbury children

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Waterbury Police issued 3 related silver alerts for a 7-year-old girl, a 5-year-old boy, and a 2-year-old girl from Waterbury on Saturday. 

Police say 7-year-old Maddison McGrath has been missing from Waterbury since Saturday. McGrath is described as a young black girl with black hair and brown eyes. She stands at 4′ tall and weighs 40 lbs.

(Maddison McGrath) 

Police have no description of what she was wearing when she went missing. 

A 5-year-old boy by the name of Dylan McGrath from Waterbury is also missing. Dylan is decribed as a young black boy with brown hair, green eyes, stands at 4′ tall and weighs 50 lbs. No clothing description was given. Dylan has been missing since Saturday. 

(Dylan McGrath, 5 of Waterbury) 

Lastly, a 2-year-old girl from Waterbury has been missing since Saturday. Maryah McGrath, 2 of Waterbury, is described as an infant black girl with black hair, brown eyes, stands at 1′ tall and weighs 30 lbs. Police say the photo provided is outdated and her clothing description is unknown. 

(Maryah Matthew, 2 of Waterbury) 

Waterbury Police say all 3 silver alerts are related. 

Officials also say Chrystal McGrath, the biological mother of the children, is allowed supervised visits with Maryah, Dylan, and Maddison, but violated the conditions of a supervised release on Saturday.

Chrystal McGrath departed a McDonald’s restaurant located at 530 Reidville Drive in Waterbury with the children in a red/maroon 4 door sedan with a sunroof. This vehicle is believed to be a Volvo or a Honda. In the car with Chrsytal McGrath is her boyfriend who is an African American. Chrystal McGrath was last seen wearing black shirt with black pants/tights.

Waterbury Police ask that anyone with information regarding any of the children’s whereabouts to contact them at 203-574-6911. 

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