A young Oklahoma mother and her three children who were reported missing have been found, reports said on Sunday.
Destiny Corsaut and her children are safe and sound, Oklahoma City Police said, KFOR-TV reported.
“Destiny Corsaut and her children have been found,” Grady County District Attorney Jason Hicks told the Chickasha News. “Law enforcement from Grady Co. is in route to their location.”
A search for the four started about three weeks ago after the children’s father and custodial parent, David Corsaut, said he was slated to pick them up for a court-ordered visit. He tried to contact her during the Fourth of July weekend but was unsuccessful before police went to her home on July 3 and no one answered, KOCO-TV reported. Later, David went inside, finding the apartment door open and a table overturned inside.
Officials from the Chickasha Police Department and the Grady County District Attorney’s Office are heading to their location, Lt. Scott Weaver with the Chickasha police told NewsOk.com. He said they’re reportedly in good condition, without elaborating.
Corsaut and her children, Izabella, 5, Anastachiah, 4, and Melaniey, 2, were missing since July 3. She was last seen leaving a Dollar General, where she works, in Elgin, Okla.
Further details have not been released.
“The Chickasha Police Department would like to thank everyone for their efforts, prayers and assistance with locating Ms. Corsaut and her children,” Weaver told KOCO-TV.