UPDATE: The McCracken County Sheriff’s Department says five children reported missing have been found.

Tuesday, 14-year-old Garrett Duncan was reported missing. On Wednesday, The sheriff’s office said three sisters — 10-year-old Alyssa Carson, 11-year-old Deanna Carson,  12-year-old Breanna Cotton — and another teen, 14-year-old Jaedyn Bennett, were reported missing as well. The five minors were believed to be together, deputies said in a news release sent around 5:20 p.m. Wednesday.

A little over one hour later, the sheriff’s office announced that all five kids have been found.

PADUCAH — Five kids have been reported missing in McCracken County, the sheriff’s department says.

We first told you about 14-year-old Garrett Duncan on Tuesday. He was last seen around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday walking away from a home in the 9500 block of Ogden Landing Road. The sheriff’s office says Garrett is about 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs about 110 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray T-shirt, light wash jeans and black and red Nike sneakers.

Wednesday evening, the sheriff’s office says it has learned four other children may be with him — they are now all reported missing.

The children believed to be with him are 10-year-old Alyssa Carson, 11-year-old Deanna Carson,  12-year-old Breanna Cotton, and 14-year-old Jaedyn Bennett. Alyssa, Breanna and Deanna are sisters, and deputies say they took their brown pit bull with them when they left.

The sheriff’s office says all four girls were last seen Monday around 11:30 a.m. in the 8100 block of Ogden Landing Road. Deputies do not have a description of what the girls were wearing when they were last seen.

Duncan is known to spend time in the area of Metropolis Lake and Palestine Church roads, as well as the Saxony Trailer Park.

If you have information about where these children are, you are asked to call the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department at 270-444-4719 or your local law enforcement agency.

Editor’s note: A previous version of this story contained the photo of a child who is not missing, which the sheriff’s office sent by mistake under Jaedyn Bennett’s name. A photo of Jaedyn is not available at this time. Local 6 apologizes for any confusion or concern caused by publishing the other teen’s photo. We will add a photo/description of Jaedyn to this story once we have it.