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3 boys kidnapped in Playa del Rey may be in Guatemala

Brothers Fugitive warrants have been issued for two brothers accused of abducting their sons and fleeing to Central America.

At first, authorities thought that George and John Silah may have fled to Syria with the three children. But FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said agents have learned that the men and the boys — 12-year-old Alexander, his 9-year-old brother Zaven and their 10-year-old cousin Greg — were recently in Guatemala. The boys allegedly were taken by their fathers during a court-ordered visitation at their mother's home in Playa del Rey.

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Photo: KTLA-TV Channel 5

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