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Arizona parents of two sheriff's deputies were after apparently posting pictures on Facebook that arrested their children, an infant and a toddler, was bound with duct tape, authorities said on Thursday.

Coconino County deputies arrested Almuina Frankie, 20, and Kayla Almuina, 19, on suspicion of two counts of child abuse on Wednesday after northernArizona on their home after he took the photos through an anonymous tipcarefully.

The children, a 2-year-old toddler and a 10-month-old infant was seen onlinetied shut with duct tape at the wrists and ankles with tape their mouths, saidCommander Rex Gilliland Reuters. One of the children was shown upside down on a stationary bike.

The parents told investigators that the photos, the parent Facebook accountbook, are a joke and that the children were not injured, said Gilliland.

"It is clear in our mind that these children were placed in a very extremesituation," said Gilliland. "By the look on their faces, they were in sheer panic. Ido not know how this must have been a joke."

Authorities to the scene to have a person who probably knew the couple sawthe postings and called the Arizona Child Abuse Hotline called, said Gilliland.The caller knew the names of the parents and where they lived.

He said investigators seized about a dozen similar photos, some that were not posted online, from the house north of Williams, Arizona, about 175 miles northof Phoenix.

The couple was held in a county jail from late Thursday. The children weremade ​​to another family member, said Gilliland.

(Reporting by David Schwartz, edited by Steve Gorman and Cynthia Johnston)