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Sioux Falls police searching for two missing children

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Missing kids from Sioux Falls
Apallo (left) and Kingston (right) were last seen on Oct. 10 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Father of missing Sioux Falls children
Police say the two missing children were last seen with their father, Cody Gutzmer. Cody is suspected of taking both children.
Suspected Vehicle for missing Sioux Falls children
Cody Gutzmer is suspected of driving a 2004 Silver Chevy Venture SD.

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KTIV) -- The Sioux Falls Police Department is providing more information on two missing kids that were last seen on Oct. 10.

Police say this incident is not a child custody dispute.

In a post on Facebook, the department said, "We are trying to find the children and make sure they are ok, through the investigation, we no longer believe the children are in any immediate danger."

Police say they are not able to give all the details on the case but are hoping someone will call law enforcement if they see the suspected vehicle, a Chevy Venture, or the two kids.


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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KTIV) -- The Sioux Falls Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding two missing endangered children.

Police say 9-month-old Apallo Gutzmer and 2-year-old Kingston Gutzmer were last seen at about 2 p.m. on Oct. 10 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in the area of E. 6th Street and N Indiana Avenue.

According to police, Apallo was last seen wearing blue footie pajamas with white stars. He is about 15 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.

Kingston was last seen wearing white footie pajamas with different colored monsters on it. He is about 2' 6", 34 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.

Police say they were last seen with their father, Cody Gutzmer. Cody is suspected of taking both children and has since shut off his phone.

Cody is suspected of driving a 2004 Silver Chevy Venture SD, with South Dakota plates 1CC659.

If located, contact Sioux Falls Police at 605-367-7000.

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