The mother of two Plymouth girls who were reported missing Wednesday afternoon was taken into custody, along with her boyfriend, police told Boston 25 News.
The 9-year-old twins were reported missing around 7 p.m., about three hours after they were last seen getting off their school bus in Plymouth.
At 9:30 p.m., Massachusetts State Police told Boston 25 News the girls were found safe in Maine.
Mother of twin 9-year-old #Plymouth girls and her boyfriend taken into custody in Maine on kidnapping charges after hours-long search. Girls will soon be home with their father who has full custody. @boston25 pic.twitter.com/r1L1CzNcqh— Christine McCarthy (@ChristineMNews) November 9, 2017
The girls' mother - 35-year-old Chereese Ford - and Ford's boyfriend - 38-year-old Craig Beaudoin - have each been charged with 2 counts of Kidnapping, 2 counts of Assault and Battery on a Child, and Conspiracy to Kidnap.
The two are currently being held in Lewiston, Maine - where they both live - and will be arraigned on charges there.
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