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Search Continues for Md. Children Missing 2 Months

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CLARKSBURG, Md. (AP) - The search for two Montgomery County children missing for more than two months continued over the weekend.

Dozens of family members and volunteers fanned out in the Clarksburg area on Sunday to search for 3-year-old Sarah Hoggle and 2-year-old Jacob Hoggle. There was no sign of them.

Police have said they believe the children are dead and are pursuing a homicide case against their mother, 27-year-old Catherine Hoggle.

Hoggle is being held on charges related to her children's disappearance. Police say she has been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. She disappeared herself in early September when it became apparent her children were missing. She was later arrested.

The children's family members say they're still hopeful that Sarah and Jacob will be found alive, and that they're not going to give up.

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