Nationwide search for brother and sister over; kids found safe

From left to right: Bentley, Karley, Rebecca and Dennis Dunkelberger. Photos courtesy CBI.
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DENVER (KKTV) - UPDATE 2/4/20:
A statewide alert was sent out Tuesday stating two missing kids were found and are safe.

Details on where the Dunkelberger kids were found and how were not shared.

It isn't clear if their parents are facing charges tied to the missing persons case.

ORIGINAL STORY 1/28/20:

A nationwide search is underway for two kids who could be in danger and could be in Colorado.

A statewide alert went out Tuesday afternoon for 7-year-old Bentley and 9-year-old Karley Dunkelberger. The pair was reported missing out of Battle Creek, Michigan. Authorities believe they could be in Colorado. Both kids are posted at the top of this article.

According to authorities in Michigan, the kids could be with their parents Rebecca and Dennis Dunkelberger. The parents have a "history of drug use and violent tendencies," according to authorities. Rebecca also suffers from a cognitive disorder.

The last sighting was in Michigan on Tuesday. They could be traveling in a 2013 Kia Sorento, black in color with Michigan license plate 4LUZ90.

Call 911 if seen.