UPDATE: Friday, 12:18 p.m.

The Missing and Endangered Person Advisory for the Medicinehorse children has been canceled.

The children have been found safe.

The Billings Police Department released this statement:

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The Billings Police Department has cancelled the Montana Endangered Person Advisory (MEPA) for Medicine Horse & her 5 children. Medicine Horse contacted CFS earlier today after learning that the MEPA had been issued. Medicine Horse had taken the children to a family friend’s residence where CFS and law enforcement responded. The children were not harmed and in good health. The children are in the custody of CFS at this time.

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Authorities are seeking help to find five Billings children abducted while on a temporary trial visit with their non-custodial mother.

The mother, Tanisha Felicia Medicinehorse, 34, is known to abuse drugs and have drug-induced delusions and is possibly headed to Wyoming.

She is 5 feet 6 inches tall, 180 pounds with brown hairs and brown eyes.

The children are Alahna, Kayla, Asia, Toni, and Julian Medicinehorse. They are between 3 and 11 years old.

The children were on a trial visitation and were last seen Tuesday.

If you know the whereabouts of Tanisha or the Medicinehorse children please call Billings police at (406) 657-8461 or 911.

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