UPDATE: All Found Safe: Search For Endangered/Missing Children Believed To Be In Danger
UPDATE: Louisiana State Police officials say the woman and children were found safe in Lafayette. The Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office is now handling this matter going forward.
Louisiana State Police has issued an endangered/missing children alert for three children from Iberia Parish after they were all last seen on Friday.
Louisiana State Police Troop I Spokesman Trooper Thomas Gossen, says via press release, that they believe it's a possibility that Misha Guidry is with the children in Lafayette.
They are asking people to be on the lookout for Guidry's car which is a a silver 2008 Honda Accord. The license plate bears the numbers and letters, SGB110.
If you know anything at all about the whereabouts of Misha Guidry and/or the children, you are asked to please call the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office at 337-369-3711. If you wish, you may also simply dial 911 to report information or a siting.
Gossen says that Misha Guidry is 25-years-old. She is said to be around five feet, seven inches tall with brown eyes and black hair. She is said to weigh around 150.
The last time she and the children were seen was at an address on Old Jeanerette Road which is New Iberia.
In addition to the pictures in this story, there are details describing the children. Gossen says a 5-month old male baby is one of the missing children. He says the boy weighs around 15 pounds, he's about two feet tall, and he has black hair.
There is a three-year-old little girl named Malory Lewis in the group of missing kids. The little girl is about 4 foot tall with brown eyes and black hair.
The final child being sought is seven-years-old and weight about 50 pounds. She is four feet tall with black hair, and her eyes are brown.