Amber Alert for two missing sisters from Idaho FOUND

UPDATE 5/16/17 –  The sisters and their father have been located after Joshua went to a rancher’s home.  Vera Baumann of Eureka, Nev. stated that Joshua came to his home disheveled with no shoes, asking for water, reports the Idaho Statesman.  His wife suspected it was the man the police were looking for and called the police.  Joshua surrendered and told them where the children were, and the police located them in a “mountainous area.”

Original story:  An AMBER Alert has been activated for two sisters from Idaho on Monday, May 15, 2017.

Madison Ann Dundon, 8 and Jaylynn Dawn Dundon, 6, were last seen on May 10 with their father Joshua Dundon, 29, when he picked them up from school.

On Thursday, Joshua’s 2005 Chevrolet Silverado truck was found burned in Eureka County, Nevada.  On Monday, police were able to confirm it was Joshua’s by the VIN number on the truck.

Earlier on, the authorities stated that Joshua may have had a motorcycle in the bed of the truck, but that may have not been what happened as the The Idaho Statesman reported that the Eureka County Sheriff Keith Logan stated that on May 11, witnesses “saw a man walk away from the truck and speak with a woman who was not visible but could be heard speaking. The man then walked away from the scene.”

Also, police had located several of Joshua’s personal effects hidden in the woods which led them to believe he may still be in the area.  What is concerning them is that they have determined that Joshua has a large amount of ammunition with him, but have not elaborated how they know this.

Joshua has joint custody of the girls and was scheduled to be in court regarding the child support and custody on June 20, reports KVTV.

Madison is described as about 4 feet tall and 40 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Jaylynn is about 3’6″ with brown hair and eyes, and a scar above her left eye.  Joshua has brown hair and blue eyes, and he may be armed.  They may also have a yellow pit bull with them.

 If you see Joshua or his daughters please call 911 or the Ada County Dispatch at 208-377-6790 or Eureka County Dispatch at 775-237-5330. Tips can be called into the non-emergency line at 208-373-5411.
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