Authorities are searching for four Salina children that went missing with their non-custodial parents earlier this month.
According to Kansas Missing and Unsolved, four siblings, Rosalia Lopez Milleson, 8, Lorenzo Lopez Milleson, 5, Nellie Lopez Milleson, 3, and Carman Lopez Milleson, 1, all went missing from Salina on May 6.
The children are believed to be with their non-custodial parents, Janelle Milleson, 26, and Ricardo Lopez Garcia, 26. Authorities believe the couple took the children to Kansas City, Missouri and are hiding them somewhere in that area. An alternative child custody order was granted for the children earlier this month. Despite the custody change, Milleson and Lopez left the area with the children and have not been seen since.
Rosalia has dark brown hair. She has a scar on her nose and under her chin from a pit bull bite. Lorenzo has dark brown shaggy hair, approximately two to three inches in length. Nellie has sandy brown hair with cropped bangs. She currently has a black eye on the left side of her face that covers part of her cheek. Carman has short, sandy brown hair.
Janelle Milleson has dyed hair that was last known to be brown at the roots with an orange and red tint. Her right eyebrow is pierced with dice through it. She is known to frequently wear bright blue eyeshadow. Ricardo Lopez Garcia is a Hispanic male. He has several unknown design tattoos on his arms and chest.
Anyone with information regarding the disappearance of the four children or knows of their whereabouts, is asked to call the Salina Police Department at 785-826-7210.