Shortly before 10AM Wednesday, 4-21, the Amber Alert for two missing Richland children was expanded to statewide by Richland Police.

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Most people's cellphones buzzed at 9:31AM with the alert. This information had been released Tuesday by RPD:

"The vehicle is a Silver Chevrolet Equinox with Washington license plate BWM7177 (shown in photo). The 7-year-old is named Liam and he is about 3’10” tall, 70 lbs, short fade cut brown hair and blue eyes. The 13-year-old girl is named Emaleigh (pronounced Emily) is 5’00”, 130 lbs, light brown hair with teal highlights and blue eyes. They were last seen in the area of the 1400 block of Farrell Lane, in Richland."

Family vehicle in Amber alert (RPD)

Their last name is Paier, and the pair were reported missing around 8:45PM Tuesday evening. The alerts have been expanded, as both children are considered endangered.

No other information has been released. Anyone who sees them is urged to call 911 immediately.

As of 10AM, posts on the Richland Police Facebook page began to reflect people sharing the information already as far away as Okanogan County and across the state.

UPDATE---According to Richland Police, the two children have just been found, apparently they were at a home on Abbot Street in Richland. Someone apparently called Police and told them the children were there, and are safe. No other details released. 

 

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