Police in Colorado confirmed Monday that two young children, their biological mother, and her AWOL Fort Carson soldier husband remain missing since their disappearance on September 27.
According to KKTV, the Colorado Springs Police Department is still asking for the public’s help in locating Anneberlin Perrone, 4, Grayson Perrone, 3, their mother, Harmonie Larrow, and her new husband, Private Duncan Larrow. Police believe the children are traveling with Larrow and her husband—adding that there’s an active court order to place them in protective custody.
Last week, the children’s biological father told the news station that he was working to get visitation rights when they disappeared. Harmonie was reportedly due in court on October 5.
Reports indicated that Duncan Larrowis currently AWOL from Fort Carson, where he’s stationed with the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division.
KOAA reported that Duncan and Harmonie have links to Arizona and that Duncan is from Idaho. Authorities believe the Colorado family is possibly traveling in a 2013 black Ford C-Max with Colorado license plate number HPO258. The car’s back window is busted out and is taped over with clear plastic.
Anneberlin was described as being 3-foot-5-inches tall and having blonde hair and blue eyes. Grayson is said to be 3-foot tall and has blonde hair and blue eyes. Harmonie is reportedly 5-foot-5-inches tall and has long brown hair and green eyes. Authorities said Duncan Larrow has brown hair and hazel eyes.
This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information regarding Anneberlin, Grayson, Harmonie Larrow or Duncan Larrow’s whereabouts should call law enforcement immediately.
[Featured Image: Anneberlin Perrone, Greyson Perrone, Harmonie Larrow, and Duncan Larrow/Colorado Bureau of Investigation]