Update: 8 p.m.: The Washington State Patrol cancelled the alert for four children missing after a 4th of July barbecue. KIRO reported they were found safe.
The Washington State Patrol issued an alert Sunday for four children missing after a 4th of July outing in Montana with their non-custodial parents.
According to KXLY, the parents were allowed visitation for a barbecue on Saturday near Ronan, but when the grandmother returned to pick them up, both adults and the children were gone.
The missing children were identified as Kyriella Oroake, 8; JC Oroake, 6; Estella Oroake, 3; and Bear Salois, 2. The parents are Timothy Oroake and April Salois.
Kyriella is described as having sandy hair and brown eyes, standing about four feet six inches tall. JC is described as three feet five inches tall with blond hair and blue eyes.
Oroake and Salois are believed to be driving a white, 2006 Pontiac G6 with Montana tag 15-9337G.
Authorities said Oroake and Salois have a history of drug use and assault.
They’re believed to be heading toward Spokane, Washington.
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[Featured image: Top, L-R: Kyriella Oroake, JC Oroake, Bottom, L-R: Estella Oroake, and Bear Salois/Washington State Patrol]