Jacob and Jeannie Deering

Jacob (L) and Jeannie (R) Deering

The two Mid-Michigan siblings who were reported missing after not being heard from since Feb. 7 have been found.

Jacob, 27, and Jeannie, 31, Deering are from Elkton, in Huron County.

Michigan State Police Trooper Anthony Wolfe told TV5 the pair left on Feb. 5 for a concert in Dallas, Texas.

The last family heard from them was a post on Jacob’s Facebook page on Feb 7 that said they were almost in Arkansas.

They were driving a 2015, bronze-colored Chevy Malibu with license plate DKZ9134.

MSP Sgt. Cook said the pair has been found.

They were stranded in a wooded area in Push Mataha County in Oklahoma for about five days.

They were found by a passerby, Cook said.

They are reportedly hungry and tired, but otherwise in good health, Cook said.

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