Parents uncooperative in search for missing 1-year-old twins

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Police say the parents of missing 1-year-old twins are not cooperating with police. (KTRK)

Police are racing against time to find missing 1-year-old twins after their parents were found safe.

Investigators in California say 41-year-old Aaron Ivan Weddles and 32-year-old Princess Dara Canez Walker were possibly living out of a car with their children, KOVR reports.

The family was reported missing on January 4, only to be found six days later during a traffic stop.

Three children found inside the 2002, four-door Suzuki, including an older set of twins, were taken into protective custody, but the twins - Setina and Ren Weddles - were nowhere to be found.

Investigators said the twins' parents are not cooperating with officers searching for the children.

While no photos of the twins are available, police said they are described simply as a boy and girl of mixed African American and Cambodian ethnicity.

"This is a very frustrating case for investigators, and, I think, for our community because you have two parents who are cooperating with law enforcement," said Officer Joe Silva, Stockton police.

Weddles and Walker were arrested on child endangerment charges when police found them near Pixley Slough.
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