Two Adults, Four Kids Missing in Nevada
(LOVELOCK, Nev.) -- The Pershing County, Nevada Sheriff's Office is searching for a family that went missing from Lovelock, Nev., on Sunday afternoon.
ABC's Reno affiliate, KOLO, reports that James Glanton, 34, and Christina McIntee, 25, took four children to play in the snow near the Seven Troughs area in Lovelock at about noon on Sunday. When the group did not return by Sunday evening, police opened an investigation.
Authorities continued searching until about 4:30 a.m. on Monday when the search was suspended to refuel vehicles and bring in a new Search and Rescue team.
The four children are all under 10 years old. The group was last known to be driving a 2005 silver Jeep with a black top.
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