ALERT: Missing Children - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

@ This Hour: Authorities Looking For Missing Children

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE>>> Child Protective Services and the sheriff's office are asking the public's help to locate a pair of children considered endangered and who have been taken by their biological mother.

CPS has obtained a court order to take the two children, five-year-old Kaiden Brabec and three-year-old Chloe Brabec into custody and to place them in shelter care.

The children were last seen on March 8th and were living with their mother, Virginia A. Brabec, in a travel trailer at 10711 W. Geiger Boulevard in Spokane County. The mother and children have since disappeared. The father, a Stevens County resident, now has the trailer and is refusing to cooperate with CPS efforts to locate the mother and children.

Virginia and the father have a restraining order prohibiting contact between them, but continue to interact, according to CPS. Virginia is known to abuse drugs and alcohol, and the children are believed to be victims of physical abuse and neglect.

Virginia Brabec previously lived in Port Townsend, Washington, but recently moved back to Spokane in January. Her credit card was used at a Spokane business this week, but an informant has told CPS that the three may be traveling to an unknown destination in Oregon.

 >>>Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Virginia, Kaiden or Chloe Brabec is encouraged to notify Child Protective Services by calling 1-800-562-5624 or Crime Check at 456-2233 at any hour.

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