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SEALY, Tex. -- An Amber Alert was issued in Sealy, Texas, for three missing children from Waterbury.

On February 16, Waterbury police issued a Silver Alert for 2 year-old Maryah Matthew, 5 year-old Dylan McGrath, and 7 year-old Maddison McGrath. All three children are siblings.

The children were last seen with their biological mother Crystal McGrath, leaving a McDonald's parking lot Saturday in a red Volvo or Honda.

Police said Crystal McGrath and the children are with the boyfriend Lester Joy. Police have confirmed with FOX61, that Joy is a registered sex offender.

According the Amber Alert issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety, the children were last seen on Highway 10 Westbound in Sealy, Texas on February 19.

Police said this is the car involved in the Amber Alert

Anyone that has any information regarding any of the children's whereabouts are asked to call their local police department. Waterbury police can be reached at 203-574-6911.

Silver Alerts are issued by law enforcement agencies for missing people of all ages. Amber Alerts are issued for children who are believed to be in danger.

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