Endangered missing alert issued for 2 kids missing from Colorado Springs since Sept. 27

Traveling in '13 Black Ford C-Max, CO plate HPO258

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – An endangered missing alert has been issued out of Colorado Springs for two kids who were last seen late last month, officials with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation said Thursday.

Anneberlin Perrone, 4, and Grayson Perrone, 3, were last seen in the Colorado Springs area on Thursday, Sept. 27. 

CBI officials said the pair may possibly be traveling with Harmonie and Duncan Larrow, both 21 years of age. Harmonie was identified as the biological mother of the children by a Colorado Springs Police Departments spokesperson, who added there is currently an active court order to take the children into protective custody.

The adults and the kids could be traveling in a 2013 Black Ford C-Max with a broken back window and Colorado license plate number HPO-258. The Larrows have ties to Arizona, CBI officials said in a release.

Description of missing children

Anneberlin is 3-foot-5-inches tall, has long blonde hair and blue eyes and weighs 50 pounds. The girl has pierced ears and answers to “Annie.”

Grayson is 3-feet-tall, has short blonde hair and blue eyes and weighs 40 pounds.

Description of adults

Harmonie Larrow is 5-foot-5-inches tall, has long brown hair and green eyes and weighs 140 pounds, according to CBI officials. The woman has pierced ears and also answers to the name “Harmonie Perrone.”

Duncan Larrow is 5-foot-11-inches tall, has hazel eyes and brown hair that is short on the sides, longer on the top. He weighs 165 pounds.

Their direction of travel is unknown at this time. If you spot any of these people, you are asked to call your local alw enforcement agency immediately. 

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