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Quincy Police: Mother Of 5 Wanted For Parental Kidnapping

QUINCY (CBS) – Quincy police are looking for the public's help in their search for a mother who allegedly took her five children who were in state custody.

Yurong Wu, 41, is wanted for parental kidnapping and child endangerment.

The children believed to be with her are a 10-year-old boy and four girls, ages 8, 6, 2 and two months old.

Lt. Detective Patrick Glynn said the youngest child, two-month old Kalen Mei, is in "dire need" of medical treatment.

Missing Quincy Family
Yurong Wu (far left) and her 3 oldest children, Kethy Mei, 6, Kelly Mei, 8, and Yu Fan Mei, 10. (WBZ-TV graphic)

Quincy police are working with local authorities and New York City police in their search.

"There are family members in New York City," Glynn told WBZ NewsRadio 1030.

Jackie Mei, 50, of Quincy. (Photo credit: Quincy Police Department)

The father, Jackie Mei, 50, of Quincy, was arrested on Friday and charged with child endangerment and misleading an investigation.

According to Quincy Police Captain John R. Dougan, Mei was "evasive and not forthcoming" when asked about his family's whereabouts.

No other information is available at this point in the investigation.

Anyone who has seen the family is asked to call police at 617-479-1212, 617-745-5750 or 617-745-5755.

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