2 children believed to be in danger possibly with AWOL Fort Carson soldier found safe

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CBI is reporting the children were located and are safe.


Months have passed and authorities are still searching for two children believed to be with an AWOL Fort Carson soldier.

Police tell 11 News 4-year-old Anneberlin Perrone and 3-year-old Grayson Perrone are still missing. Those were their ages at the time they were reported missing last fall. As of Wednesday, Colorado Springs Police still considered this a very active investigation and didn't have any other updates on the case for the public.

The children's biological father is asking for help tracking down where his kids have gone. 11 News first posted they were missing in early October.

Tyler Sabo has not seen his kids in more than two years but said he was just working on getting visitation rights, and their mother, her new husband, and the two kids took off.

“I don’t find it surprising myself; she has always been sporadic, very -- I want to say psychotic … definitely concerned to say the least.”

He said he is busting his butt to buy a three bedroom home and keep a good job so he would be able provide for his kids.

He said he is worried about being able to find his kids and their mother with the current information out there.

“I do know she is changing vehicles a lot, the names change a lot, so everyone needs to keep their eyes peeled for them and hopefully someone comes back with something.”

Police want the public to be on the lookout for the children who are possibly in danger.

Anneberlin and Grayson were last seen in Colorado Springs on Sept. 27, 2018. They may possibly be traveling with their biological mother, Harmonie Larrow (also known as Harmonie Perrone), and Duncan Larrow. Larrow is stationed at Fort Carson with the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. Fort Carson was looking into any possible updates for 11 News when we reached out on Monday on the case.

They could be traveling in a 2013 black Ford C-Max with Colorado license plates that read HPO-258. The back window of the car is busted out and taped with clear plastic.

Harmonie and Duncan Larrow have ties to Arizona.

The little girl is white with blue eyes and longer dirty blonde hair. She also answers to "Annie." Her brother Grayson also has blue eyes and short blonde hair.

Police told 11 News there's an active court order to take the children into protective custody. Court records show that Harmonie was due in court the week they went missing.

Harmonie is white with green eyes and long brown hair. She is 5-foot-5. Duncan is white with hazel eyes and brown hair with shorter hair on the side of his head and longer hair on top.

Call the Colorado Springs Police Department with any information on this case at 719-444-7000.