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CBI issues endangered missing alert for two children last seen in Colorado Springs

Posted at 3:36 PM, Oct 04, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-05 00:54:32-04
Anneberlin and Grayson Perrone
Anneberlin and Grayson Perrone are considered missing and endangered, according the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

COLORADO SPRINGS – The Colorado Bureau of Investigation issued an endangered and missing alert for a missing 4-year-old girl and a missing 3-year-old boy last seen in Colorado Springs.

Authorities are looking for Grayson Perrone, 3, and Anneberlin Perrone, 4.

Anneberlin is blonde with blue eyes with pierced ears. She also answers to Annie. Grayson has short blonde hair with blue eyes and is about 3 feet tall.

Colorado Springs Police tell us the alert was issued at the request of the Department of Human Services to ensure the children are safe. There is an active court order to take the children into protective custody.

No criminal charges have been filed as of late Monday.  That may change as a hearing is scheduled in court on the matter on Friday.

Harmonie and Duncan Larrow
Harmonie and Duncan Larrow are wanted in connection with two missing children last seen in Colorado Springs on September 27th.

The children are believed to be with their mother, 21-year-old Harmonie Larrow. She also goes by the name Harmonie Perrone.  She’s described as a 5’5 white woman with green eyes and brown hair.

She’s known to be in a relationship with 21-year-old Duncan Larrow, a 5’11 white male with brown hair, hazel eyes. He weighs about 165 pounds.

All four were last seen on Thursday, September 27th in Colorado Springs.  The adults are known to have ties to Arizona and may be headed in that direction.

Police think the adults are driving a black 2013 Ford C-Max 4-door hatchback, Colorado license plate HPO-258, with a broken back window taped over with clear plastic.

Anyone who sees them or anyone with information about their disappearance should call police right away.

Many are already asking why they have not received an Amber Alert for these children. The criteria for a “missing and endangered” alert refers to people (primarily kids and elderly) who MAY be in danger.   An Amber Alert is reserved for children who are known to be in imminent danger.