Transcript for Authorities reportedly search national park for missing Idaho siblings
romance up in the cosmos. Could be. The latest on that missing sibling mystery. Authorities are searching yellowstone national park as their mother, Lori Vallow, appears in court in Hawaii waiving extradition to face charges. Marcus Moore is is in kauai, Hawaii, with more. Good morning, Marcus. Reporter: Good morning, this was somewhat of a surprise development. Lori Vallow deciding to forgo fighting extradition, instead to head back to Idaho to face those charges in connection with her missing kids. Lori Vallow appearing in a Hawaii courtroom, a judge denying a motion to reduce her $5 million bail. So bail is confirmed at $5 Reporter: Dressed in an Orange jumpsuit and sandals Vallow spoke softly as she answered the judges. She also gave up her fight on extradition back to Idaho. That could now happen in just days. You understand that you and your attorney have the right to test the legality of the arrest. Yes. Reporter: After the hearing Lori's husband Chad daybell was spotted with a moving van outside of the condo he and Vallow have been renting. Lori has been hind bars for a week now facing criminal charges related to the disappearance of her two children in Idaho. 17-year-old tylee Ryan and 7-year-old J.J. Vallow who have not been seen now or heard from since September. Meanwhile, authorities in Idaho are building their case against Vallow. Court records show subpoenas were issued to the owner of the hawaiian condo they're staying in. Authorities also seeking records from both a resort in kauai and the elementary school J.J. Attended for just a few weeks last fall. Investigators are planning to search yellowstone national park for any sign of tylee. According to an affidavit, phone and photo records shoval visited the park on September 8th with her two children and her brother Alex. Police say this is the last time they can find any record of tylee being with Lori Vallow. This doorbell camera image obtained by "East Idaho news" shows J.J. Playing a week later outside the home and believed to be the last known image of J.J. Agents from Idaho will now begin the work to bring Vallow back to rexburg. The prosecutor here in Hawaii told me he expected that to happen within the next week or two.
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