PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The mother of twins missing for more than a decade is in custody after police asked for help tracking her down.

The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office marked Patricia Fowler, 47, as a wanted fugitive on Friday.

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Saturday afternoon she was caught and taken into police custody.

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Photo: Provided By Family

Twins Ivon and Inisha Fowler would be 18 now.

County social workers raised the question of the twins’ whereabouts last summer after they removed four other children for medical neglect from Fowler’s home. Police say the last anyone saw or heard from the children was in 2006.

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Fowler allegedly has told multiple stories about where the twins are, including that she sold them for $2,000 apiece.

In December, police searched the area behind a home in Braddock, where it’s believed Fowler lived at one point. County Police say nothing was discovered.

Investigators have said they believe the twins are likely dead.

Patricia Fowler’s brother is facing charges for allegedly lying to police when he pretended to be his missing brother.

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Anyone with information on her location should contact the ACSO at 412-350-4714, acso@alleghenycourts.us or Inbox via Facebook.