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Couple, four kids missing after 'snow outing' in rural Neveda

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A couple and four kids went missing in rural Nevada Sunday, which prompted a search and rescue effort. A missing persons report is in effect for a man, woman and four children. Police are concerned about the frigid temperatures, according to a Dec. WRAL news report.

The couple and four kids were thought to have gone out to play in the snow, but have not been heard of or seen since leaving their home, according to Pershing County deputies.

Sources say their destination was supposed to be in the Seven Troughs area, but it's unknown if they reached their destination.

It's unclear what prompted officials to conduct a region-wide search. Nonetheless, a police report on the family was filed about eight hours after they allegedly went missing.

The missing couple and children ventured out to rural area some time about the noon hour and were last seen driving a 2005 Jeep.

Nevada authorities are looking for James Glanton, 34, a girlfriend, Christina McIntee, 25, and the four children. They are described as a 10-year-old, a 3-year-old, and two 4-year-old children.

A joint effort of local and federal resources is in place to search for the missing couple, four kids, and the vehicle they were driving.

The main concern at this point is the sub-zero temperatures in the area. Authorities are hoping the family is just hunkered down, safe, and awaiting rescue.

Meanwhile, there has been no mention of foul play at this time.

The temperature in the nearby small town of Lovelock dipped to 16 below zero Monday morning. Hopefully, the missing couple and four kids are located successfully.

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