Police are seeking the public’s help in the search for two young Genoa City girls.
According to the Genoa City Police Department, the two girls were last seen leaving with their mother early Tuesday morning.
Police said 28-year-old Tiffany Brick, the mother of the two girls, left her home in the village around 6:30 a.m. with her children, 8-year-old Katie Brick and 6-year-old Jenna Brick. Her boyfriend, 51-year-old Scott Hogel, might be traveling with them.
It is unknown what her intent or the destination are at this time, police said. Hogel frequents the McHenry, Ill., and Janesville areas.
Brick may be driving a black 2006 four-door GMC Sierra K1500 pickup truck with light truck registration JZ1918. There is a pink “Browning” sticker on the back window. Brick has a confederate flag tattoo on her right shoulder.
“We are working diligently to find these girls and make sure they are OK,” according to a statement posted to the police department’s Facebook page.
“We have sent alerts across many different platforms, to law enforcement and the public, and we hope this will aid in locating them. If the circumstances change and we believe the criteria has been met, an Amber Alert will be issued at that time.”
The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department has not received requests for help. Anyone with information about the girls should contact the Genoa City Police Department at 262-279-6252.