ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Preschool students, possibly as young as 2-years-old or 3-years-old, managed to escape their Albuquerque daycare facility on Monday.
The children were all found safely, but now CYFD is investigating.
Pastor Brenton Franks confirmed there was an incident at Evangel Academy.
"It was moments long," he said.
Franks says when a teacher realized three students had left the class, they immediately put the school on lockdown and multiple people started searching.
Two students were found on the property and one was found about a block away.
APD has been notified and two teachers have been placed on leave while CYFD investigates.
Franks won't confirm how old the three students were.
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