Skelton brothers may be gone but not forgotten

School Photos of three Missing Skelton Brothers / Courtesy photo

It's been almost a year since three brothers from Morenci went missing. And despite the lack of new leads, the community is not giving up hope of finding Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton.

A prayer vigil is set for Sunday at 2 p.m. in Wakefield Park in Morenci. There will also be a dedication of a tree donated in their honor.

The boys disappeared from their father's home last Thanksgiving. And they've not been seen since.

Their father, John Skelton was sentenced last month to up to 15 years in prison after he pleaded no contest to unlawful imprisonment.

Police have been treating the case as a homicide. John Skelton claims he gave the boys to an organization to protect them.

The case has received attention from all national news organizations, including CNN's Nancy Grace. To read the police reports click here: Morenci police file.

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