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(UPDATE) Amber Alert for missing children still active early Tuesday, suspect may be in Riverton area

(Amber Alert Wyoming, Facebook)

UPDATE: Wyoming Amber Alert reported Tuesday afternoon that the three children mentioned in this report have been found safe and that the alert is now canceled.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — An Amber Alert that was issued Monday afternoon was still active as of 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. An additional alert was sent to statewide cellphones around 1 a.m.

According to an update by Wyoming Amber Alert, the children are believed to still be in the Riverton area. The three children were forcibly removed from their custodial grandparents by their non-custodial mother.

According to a Facebook post by the Wyoming Highway Patrol on Monday afternoon, “The suspect vehicle is described as a gray 2018 Ford Focus with Wyoming license plate 10-38147,” although Amber Alert Wyoming said that the plates may have been removed from the vehicle. However, Amber Alert Wyoming stated in an update that the suspect “reportedly changed vehicles sometime in the night and [the children] are now believed to be in a Black Ford Fusion with the rear windshield broken and no plates.”


According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol:

The mother is Serena Perea, and she is reported to be with Shelia Blackburn, aka No Seep. The children are Brodie Potter, age 4, a Native American male, 42 inches. Marcelina Potter, age 7, Native American female. Harley Potter, age 6, Native American female.

The Wyoming Highway Patrol urges anyone with information to call 911.