Update: Two missing Illinois children found in West Virginia

SATURDAY UPDATE:  An Illinois man accused of kidnapping his 13-year-old step-daughter and her 2-week-old baby has been arrested in West Virginia.
Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Brian Humphreys tells The Charleston Gazette-Mail (http://bit.ly/2cZPAwH) someone called in a tip that Christopher Ray Delerth had been spotted in the Cabin Creek area. Delerth was arrested at around 1:30 on Saturday as a fugitive from justice. He will be returned to Madison County, Illinois, where he faces kidnapping charges.
Delerth’s step-daughter and her baby were transported to a local hospital to be examined. Humphreys says they both appeared to be fine.
Authorities in Illinois have said the teenager has a congenital heart defect and a pacemaker. Delerth had previously been ordered not to contact her.
Humphreys did not know if Delerth had an attorney.

ORIGINAL STORY:  Illinois State Police are looking for two children who were reported missing Sunday morning.

ISP says they may be with Christopher Derleth after the kids were last seen in Edwardsville, Illinois. They are looking for Katherine Derleth, 13, and her son, Christopher Ray Derleth who is 17 days old.

ISP says they may be in a green 1997 Mercury Villager Minivan with Illinois license plate E833210.  They may be en route to West Virginia. 

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