AMBER ALERT Canceled After Boys Found Safe
UPDATE: (4:30 P.M.)
An Amber Alert issued this morning for two missing boys has been canceled after the boys were found safe in Florida according to WWL.
The search is still on for their biological mother who is accused of kidnapping them.
Louisiana State Police has now upgraded this missing children's case to an Amber Alert. Here is an updated photo of the vehicle.
Louisiana State Police has issued a child endangerment alert as two kids from Tangipahoa are missing that has now been updated as an Amber Alert.
The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office says, via press release, that 8-year-old Kaesyn Heck and 4-year-old Jax Matthews were last seen at their dad's home in Ponchatoula.
Officials believe it's possible that the two could be seen riding in a 2013 Hyundai Elantra, that is described as being red or burgundy. They add the sunroof is busted, so that will be something to pay close attention to if you are looking.
Both boys are white males with Kaesyn, the 8-year-old, described as being around five feet tall and weight around 60 pounds. The other boy, 4-year-old Jax is around 45 pounds, and he around three and a half feet tall.
Kaesyn and Jax both have blond hair and they both have crew cuts. Kaesyn was last said to be wearing a black rubber boots along with a black jacket under which he was wearing a blue long sleeve shirt. He was also wearing jeans.
As far as the description for Jax's clothes, he was sad to be wearing black rubber boots with a camo jacket.
The father's home, where the children were last seen is located at 41598 River Road.
If you know anything about the whereabouts of these two boys, or if you happen to encounter them, you are asked to call the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office at 985-345-6150. You can also contact the detective in charge of the case, Sergeant Lindell Bridges at 985-551-0653.