I am so sorry to hear about your situation. My family and I live in Louisiana and are going through a similar situation. My grandchildren, ages 7 and 9 were taken by their paternal grandparents and were taken out of state. My daughter has not seen or talked to her children since June 5th. Unfortunately, local law enforcement views these types of abductions as custody matters, and in our case, would not file an amber alert and would not file a missing person's report. After several visits to local law enforcement, a felony warrant was finally issued this past Thursday, and was denied. Last week, my daughter finally obtained temporary custody of both children after numerous motions were filed. However, no one seems to be able to assist us to locate the children and bring them home. However, we are not giving up, and neither should you. We know that what happened was a crime, and we know that my daughter has the right to know where her children are and to have contact, and we will find someone who is willing to help us, and so will you. I use the words "unbelievable" and "stunned" almost every day now because I cannot believe the lack of assistance for families in this type of situation. However, the outpouring of support from families and friends has been overwhelming, and is what has gotten us this far. I truly believe that persistance does pay off.