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Missing Idaho Kids Spotted? (moved from ATSNN)

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posted on May, 20 2005 @ 07:25 AM
After days of searching there are credible reports of the 2 Idaho children may have been spotted with a tall man asking for directions to a town in Montana.
The two young Idaho children missing from the home where their mother, brother and a family friend were murdered may have been spotted.

They reportedly were with a tall man, who asked directions to a town in Montana. Before police arrived, the man and the two children jumped in a light-colored van with Washington plates and sped away.

reports the owner of a pawn shop in a remote Idaho town near the Canadian border called authorities to say two children that looked just like 8-year-old Shasta and 9-year-old Dylan Groene were in his shop.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

This as are many is a sad and tragic story albeit rare in the fact that these 2 kids may be alive.
This would raise the question whether or not these kids know that man that has them. The police are giving very limited details in regards to what was used in the murder such as what the victims were bound with because they don't want people to call giving false confessions.

The pawn shop owner doesn't give any account as to the emotional state of the kids either. Like did they look scared or did they look like they needed help. It just states that the kids providing these are the same children jumped in the vehicle and left before police arrived.
I hope these children are found and soon. So much tragedy is in our news about abuse, murder and abductions. Despite the vicious way the 3 other victims were murdered it would be nice to have these kids returned unharmed to their father. Although mentally and emotionally they will forever have to endure what happened to their mother and brother. How truely sad...

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