Four children, reportedly abducted by their mother after a custody hearing, have been missing for nearly a month – and the father of one of the girls says they may be hiding in Minnesota.
Eden Nunn was one of the children believed to be taken by her mother, Brittany Nunn, and step-father at the end of November, disappearing from their Wellington, Colorado, home after Eden's father was given certain custody rights, FOX 31 in Denver reports.
Eden's father, Dayton Clevenger, hasn't seen his 6-year-old since and is offering a $1,000 reward to anyone who helps get her back home. (He is not the father of the three other children missing.)
Clevenger told FOX 9 Brittany Nunn is originally from Minnesota, and he thinks they may have headed to the southeast portion of the state – Rochester or Pine Island.
A Colorado judge issued a warrant for Brittany Nunn's arrest, and said Eden Nunn is in "imminent danger."
Very early Monday morning, Clevenger gave a brief update on his Facebook page, writing:
"Still no new leads yet on finding Eden. Still hoping that she'll be found soon! Thanks for all the support and shares, knowing/seeing that the word is spreading is a small relief on it's own. To know/hope that someone will eventually notice/find them from a saturation of media, to know that there are fewer and fewer places to hide out without being recognized and found."
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