It’s now been four years since the three Skelton brothers from Michigan were last seen, but investigators are still actively working the case.
The Skelton boys were in the care of their father, John Skelton, when they disappeared over the Thanksgiving holiday in 2010. According to what has been uncovered so far in the investigation, the boys’ father drove to Williams County the day they went missing and he claims he gave the boys away.
Now, as the four year anniversary of their dissapearance approaches, Michigan State Police are reaching out to hunters in Fulton and Williams counties for help in the case, saying hunters in the field this fall may be able to give them the big break they have been waiting for.
Police say with the fall hunting season, there are many extra eyes and ears out there, and they are asking hunters to keep an eye out for any evidence.
Meanwhile, the boys’ father, John Skelton, is serving 10 to 15 years in prison for unlawful imprisonment related to the boys’ disappearance. If you do find anything, you should call the Michigan State Police