AMBER Alert Cancelled for Three Montana Children
The Idaho State Police Department says an AMBER Alert issued Thursday afternoon has been cancelled and the kids have been found safe.
Idaho State Police said the Cascade County Sheriff in Montana was looking for any information about three kids who were last seen in Great Falls, Montana.
Authorities believed the three children, Raelynn Demontigny, Lianna Demontigny, Tony Demontigny, were with either Tony Demontigny and/or Ellaura Wright.
Raelynn Demontigny is a five-year-old white female with blue eyes and brown hair. She weighs 39 pounds and is 3 feet 5 inches tall.
Lianna Demontigny is a three-year-old white female with blonde hair and brown eyes. She weighs 32 pounds and is three feet tall.
Tony Demontigny is a one-year-old white male with blonde hair and brown eyes. He weighs 29 pounds and is 2 feet five inches tall.
The kids were taken during the night, possibly by non-custodial parents (Tony Demontigny and/or Ellaura Wright). At around 2:57 p.m. Idaho State Police stopped one of the suspect vehicles, a Chevrolet Malibu near Salmon in Lemhi County.
The two suspects, 28-year-old Tony Demontigny and 30-year-old Ellaura Wright, both from Great Falls, Montana, were taken into custody. The three kids, Raelynn, Lianna, and Tony, were safely recovered and are now on their way back to Montana.
On behalf of everyone involved, we'd like to thank you for successfully helping us locate them.