Transcript for Couple served with court order to reveal missing children
Next tonight here, new developments in the case of the missing children, siblings from Idaho, not seen in months. Police finding their mother and her new husband. They have now 48 hours to reveal where the children are. Here's ABC's kayna Whitworth. Reporter: Tonight, Lori Vallow and Chad daybell, sought by police for months, tracked to this condo in Hawaii. Can you tell me where your kids are? Where are your kids? No comment. No comment? They've been missing for four months. You have nothing to say? Reporter: East Idaho news cameras there as police searched their vehicle for any signs of Lori's two children, 7-year-old J.J. Vallow and 17-year-old tylee Ryan. They haven't been seen since September. Police believe the children are in danger and that Lori knows what happened to them and is refusing to help. Lori and Chad, married last year, fled Idaho a day after police conducted a welfare check, looking for the kids. Family members believe Lori joined a religious group founded by daybell, who has authored books about doomsday. Police serving Lori are a court order to produce the children by Thursday. J.j.'s grandparents pleading for any sign their grandson is okay. Show me that you respect us and just let us see him. Reporter: Lori seen on police bodycam last July after her then-husband was shot dead by her brother in her home. How long have you lived here? Like three weeks. Oh, geez. Reporter: And now, authorities investigating deaths of several relatives of Lori and Chad. And police say they found no evidence that tylee or J.J. Were with the couple and no evidence the kids were ever even in Hawaii. David? All right, kayna, thank you.
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