Tony Demontigny and Ellaura Wright

Tony Demontigny and Ellaura Wright, non-custodial parents with a history of drugs and violence, are wanted for taking three children Wednesday night from Great Falls. 

3:45 P.M.

The Amber Alert issued for three children taken from Great Falls has been canceled.

The children have been found and are safe, according to an update to the emergency alert. The parents are in custody, the Cascade County Sheriff's Office reported. 


An Amber Alert was issued Thursday morning after three children between the ages of 1 and 5 were taken from Great Falls during the night.

Raelynn Demontigny

Raelynn Demontigny

Lianna Demontigny

Lianna Demontigny

Tony Demontigny

Tony Demontigny

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Officials believe the children were taken "possibly by non-custodial parents with history of drug use and violence," according to an alert from the Montana Department of Justice. The children are believed to be in life-threatening danger. 

The two suspects are 28-year-old white male Tony Demontigny and 30-year-old white female Ellaura Wright.

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The children are 5-year-old Raelynn Demontigny, 3-year-old Lianna Demontigny and 1-year-old Tony Demontigny.

Raelynn is 3 feet 5 inches tall, weighs 39 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes. Lianna is 3 feet tall, weighs 32 pounds and has blonde hair and brown eyes. Tony is 2 feet 5 inches tall, weighs 29 pounds and has blonde hair and brown eyes.

The suspects are believed to be driving either a 2001 white Chevrolet Malibu with a Montana license plate of 224730B or a 2003 blue Chevrolet Tahoe with a Montana license plate of 222599B.

The children were reported missing at 6:45 a.m. Thursday morning.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Cascade County Sheriff's Office at (406) 836-7380 or call 911.

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