More than 120 children were recovered in Detroit as part of an initiative to find victims of sex trafficking, according to officials.
The U.S. Marshals Service found 123 children on Sept. 26 out of the total 301 cases they were investigating.
All the children who were recovered were interviewed by authorities. Investigators said at least three of the children showed signs that they were victims of sex trafficking or sexually victimized.
The search was conducted along with the efforts of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children as well as the Michigan Police Department. Overall, the sweep took place over the course of one day in Wayne County, Michigan.
In their efforts, the teams began investigating cases and looking through files of children reported missing. Participating officers then started visiting locations where the children were reportedly last seen. They also spoke with friends and schools to question about the children who were being sought out.
Information as to where all of the missing children are currently located was not made readily available by officials involved. Officials said the investigation is still ongoing.