ROSWELL, Ga. -- Authorities released new photos in the Levi's Call issued for two Roswell boys who are believed to be traveling through Tennessee with their father.
Nine-year-old Ben Cleary and 7-year-old Henry Cleary have not been in touch with their mother since Dec. 22. They were last seen with their non-custodial father, 46-year-old Daniel Cleary.
The boys' mother, Theresa Nash, said her sons visited the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga with their father. Daniel Nash shut off his cell phone on Dec. 23 after making one final call near Nashville. Nash told 11Alive that her sons' father also emptied his house, abandoned his car and purchased a gun, and she fears for her children's safety.
The photos show the boys with their father at a Chattanooga Walmart on December 23 and 24. They also released a still image of the Jeep they are believed to be traveling in with black luggage on the roof and towing a trailer.
Ben Cleary is described as 4 feet 8 inches tall and 66 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Henry Cleary is 4 feet 5 inches tall and 60 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes.
Both boys were wearing light blue winter vests when they were last seen.
Daniel Cleary is about 6 feet tall and 220 pounds, with grey hair and brown eyes. He and the children are believed to be traveling on Interstate 40 on the west side of Nashville in a 2002 silver Jeep Grand Cherokee with Georgia temporary tag 10742627.
Nash said Daniel Cleary has family in California and Nevada, and may be heading to one of those two states.
Anyone who sees the Clearys is asked to call 911 or Roswell Police at (770) 640-4160.